Bio-economical potentials in the Alpine Region – Utilization and application of hay from extensive mountain pastures
The Regio im Walgau is conducting a workshop within the Interreg project– AlpBioEco – Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food & botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space
14:30 – 17:00 o’clock
Location: Regio imWalgau, Nenzing
Please sign up for the Workshop and contact Gloria Kraus: email@example.com
Steep mountain pastures, not only in Vorarlberg but all over the Alpine region, are being less and less cultivated as the yield compared to the manual labour, which is needed to harvest hay from these pastures, is too low. Increasing stretches of land are overgrown and impair the image of the landscape. In order to make it attractive for landowners and farmers to cultivate those steep mountain pastures, added value is needed.
- Presentation of the project AlpBioEco
- Presentation of results:
Research on valorisation of hay from extensive mountain pastures
Are results applicable?
What business models could be interesting?
AlpBioEco – Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food & botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space
13 project partners in 5 Alpine countries work together for an innovative sustainable development in the Alpine space. We focus on the potential of bioeconomy in the value chains of herbal foods and essences. AlpBioEco contributes to the framework conditions for innovation, resulting in eco-innovative business ideas and concepts for small and medium-sized enterprises in the Alpine region.