Access To Land

Inventory of Innovative Land Practices in Europe

As part of the RURALIZATION project (https://www.ruralization.eu/), we are collecting data about innovative land practices in the EU. Please enter in the questionnaire cases of innovative land practices that exist in country.

NB: Before you start, please download and read the guidelines on how to fill the questionnaire.

GUIDELINES_Inventory
QUESTIONNAIRE_Inventory
FAQ_Inventory

If you need to make a draft of your responses in order to share them with colleagues or external partners, you must use the word version available for download first, and enter your responses in the online questionnaire when final.

*Mandatory reply

I. DESCRIPTION OF THE PRACTICE
3. Country *

For International projects, more than 1 country may be selected

Indicate the name of the town, village, area...

5. Scale *

Please refer to the Eurostat map viewer to know what is the scale of the practice https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/nuts/nuts-maps

(month/year or year only)

(date or, if the practice is still taking place, indicate 'ongoing')

II. CONTEXT AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PRACTICE
8. Type of rural area concerned *

Please refer to the Eurostat map to know what type of area the practice is located in https://bit.ly/3bCRb9A

9.a. Rural challenges addressed by the practice *
10. Type of land the practice is tailored to *
11.a. Specific land challenges addressed by the practice *
12. Type of agriculture encouraged by the practice *
III. ACTORS INVOLVED
13.a. Type(s) of leading actor(s) (select max. 3) *

A leading actor is the actor responsible for the development and implementation of the practice. There may be several actors co-conducting the implementation of a practice.

This is only applicable if the leading actor is an organisation, do not provide names of individuals

13.c. How would you characterise the origins of leading actors? (select only 1) *
14.a. Type(s) of active partner(s) *

An active partner is not responsible for the action per se, but is involved in some aspects of its implementation

is only applicable if the active partner is an organisation, do not provide names of individuals

14.c. How would you characterise the origins of active partners? (select only 1) *
15. Type(s) of land user(s) favoured by the practice *
16. Type(s) of landowner(s) involved in the practice *

For instance, comment on roles leading and active partners, specific modes of organisation (e.g. participative, bottom-up...), etc.

IV. ENABLING FACTORS AND LEVERAGED RESOURCES
20. Type(s) of resources the practice depends on (local or non-local) *

Please provide figures regarding amount of funding used when possible

V. BENEFITS GENERATED AND IMPACTS ON RURAL REGENERATION
23. Types of resources the practice helps build, improve, sustain or protect *
24. If possible, please provide approximate numbers on:

e.g. the practice is driven by, involves, supports or targets women

For instance, how it build local capacities, favours entrepreneurship, strengthens response to challenges, etc.

VI. OTHER RESOURCES
36. Please upload any relevant pictures, Word documents, or PDFs
Author of the questionnaire
Land practice contact person
Contact person was asked for consent to be included in the inventory *
Contact person gave consent to be included in the inventory *

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