Our partner the Colombian Biomass Network (RedBioCol) published its first Newsletter.

The newsletter provides great illustrations of how farmer organizations, researchers and civil society organizations can work together for creating innovative alternatives to specific needs of agricultural producers.

The RedBioCol provides a platform for the interaction of individuals and organizations aiming at developing adapted technologies that contribute to the sustainability of farming families.

The newsletter is available in Spanish only and can be accessed here: RedBioCol Newsletter

More informations about RedBioCol projects here:RedBioCOL

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