The Pays de la Loire Regional Council and its partner the Loire-Bretagne Water Agency are launching a call for projects towards economic operators of the agricultural sector and the food industry. The laureates will join the LIFE REVERS’EAU partnership.
Supporting the agricultural transition and improving the quality of water resources
The objective of the call for projects is to support the emergence and/or the development of structuring projects and dynamics of transition within the agricultural sector and the food industry, which will be able to improve et preserve the water resources. For instance, the call for projects can support the development of productions which answer to the imperatives of recovering water quality, such as organic agriculture and low impact cultures.
The call for projects is addressed to economic operators that can offer structuring dynamics of agricultural transition. It gives priority to processing industries and to organisations which intervene in collection and marketing. It concerns the food sector as well as the energy sector and bio-based materials.
Are you part of these actors? Do you have a project for the agricultural transition? Do you wish to take part in the recovering of water quality? Visit the call for projects dedicated page on our website for more information. You will find the specifications and more information on the objectives and the modalities of application and funding.
A launching webinar during Green Week 2022
Do you would like to know more about this call? The Pays de la Loire Regional Council and the Loire-Bretagne Water Agency are hosting a webinar on May 31 from 10:30 am to 12pm.
It will present the state of play of the water bodies’ ecological status in the region, the objectives of the LIFE REVERS’EAU project as well as the procedure of application and the conditions of funding.
The webinar will also be the occasion to ask your questions, to which the Region and Water Agency will answer in a dedicated FAQ section.
The webinar is an EU Green Week Partner Event. Green Week 2022 will be held from May 30 to June 5.