The project’s core output is the RegAgri4Europe Course, which is available on the RegAgri4Europe Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The RegAgri4Europe curricula integrates the latest advancements in the field of regenerative agriculture.

The training material includes video lectures, handouts, presentations, reading lists and links as well as knowledge checks and assessments.

All material is available in English, German, Greek and French. Subtitles are used for the video lectures.

The Course comprises six lectures, which are divided into lessons:
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Virtual Learning Environment

After registering to the course, participants can log-in to the Virtual Learning Environment, where all training material is provided. Learners can select between the English, Greek, French and German version of the course.

The Virtual Learning Environment contains 6 lectures, which consists of 2-4 lessons each.
Each lesson contains: a video lecture, handout, presentation, knowledge check.

Furthermore, learners find an interim and a final exam. After successful completion of the course, the learner can download the RegAgri4Europe certificate.

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    Work Based Learning on Schloss Tempelhof

    For the top 30 learners of the RegAgri Course, we offer a 5-day living and working experience on the the Permaculture Farm Schloss Tempelhof for free.

    After successfully finishing the RegAGri4Europe Online Course, 30 learners from Belgium, Greece and Germany had the opportunity to experience first-hand how Regenerative Agriculture concepts can bear fruit on a thriving and operating farm.

    For the last 10 years, the Schloss Tempelhof farm has converted to organic farming and been experimenting with regenerative practices – working with mulch, compost, green manures, Agroforestry, compost tee and shallow cultivation. All these practices have led to an ever-healthier soil food web and a notable increase in organic matter.

    During practical sessions, the seminar participants saw how these practices can be put into action and where the important leverage points are. During theory blocks, students deepened their understanding of the online course contents and received new inputs.

    With this seminar, participants gained a deeper understanding and learned practical tools and techniques for enhancing soil fertility, biodiversity, improving water cycles, increasing resilience to climate change and enhancing carbon sequestration. Participants became better skilled to choose innovative paths and sustainable cultivation methods in their (future) professional lives.

    Further information on Schloss Tempelhof can be found here: https://www.schloss-tempelhof.de/service/english/