Living Lab Day 30 January 2020

Workshop to co-construct applied research projects in southwestern Paris, January 2020

The aim of the Living Lab is to implement agro-ecological, food and ecological transitions on a territorial scale with a wide range of stakeholders in the Sud-Ouest Francilien region. This workshop is part of a series of meetings in which we are building partnerships for the Living Lab.

Cliquez pour en savoir plus sur la démarche de "Living Lab" et sa plateforme, animée par l'association Terre et Cité.

The Living Lab steering committee invites you to a one-day meeting between researchers and practitioners in the field (farmers, elected representatives, institutions)

 

Workshops
Research projects applied to agricultural dynamics Francilien

The Living Lab approach was initiated in 2013. Since then, we've been organizing days of meetings and the emergence of projects between the various players in this territory. Some fifteen applied research projects have emerged, with the active involvement of farmers from the Plateau de Saclay and the Plaine de Versailles.
This approach has produced interesting results, and is generating significant interest. interest. Before going any further, we want to make sure that this work takes into account farmers' concerns about their farms and their future. and their future.
This one-day event will enable us to define and implement long-term and research projects to provide concrete answers to the questions for farmers and local authorities.

Day program


For farmers only:

10:00-10:30: FARMERS WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Welcome from Terre et Cité and Plaine de Versailles
Welcome from local authorities
10:30AM-12:30PM: FARMERS' WORKSHOP
Presentation Exp'AU (Yoann Durrieu, AgroParisTech)
on how to support the emergence of applied research systems
Workshop 1: What are your current and future concerns about your farm?
Workshop 2: What are your needs and expectations regarding the identified themes?
12:30-13:30: Buffet of local produce

Open to local players:

1:30 - 1:45 PM: WELCOME TO PARTICIPANTS
Welcome by Thierry Pineau (Inrae Regional Coordinator)
1:45PM-2PM: FEEDBACK FROM THE FARMERS' WORKSHOP
2PM-3PM: PROJECTS*
Presentation of research projects linked to the region, as well as initiatives and agricultural companies
3 - 3:30 pm: Coffee break / Cookies
3:30 PM - 5:15 PM: SMALL-GROUP WORKSHOPS
Small working groups between different players with common interests. Topics covered are based on projects presented and themes identified by farmers and local authorities.
5:15pm - 5:30pm: Coffee break / Cookies
17:30 - 18:00: SUMMARY OF WORKING SESSIONS AND FOLLOW-UP OF THE PROJECTS
Based on exchanges with local players.

*Projects presented 14h-15h

  • Emergence of an experimental and research site for urban and peri-urban agriculture on the edge of the Corbeville ZAC, Yoann Durrieu
  • An experimental and demonstration platform for the quantitative evaluation of urban-rural synergies through agriculture, Sabine Houot
  • How to integrate farmers into water and runoff management? Julie Quelet
  • Using human urine to fertilize energy crops (CIVE): economic, agronomic and environmental interest and acceptance. The case of the Plateau de Saclay project, Frédérique Tozza
  • Perception of ecosystem services provided by agricultural areas (Terribio), Anne-Claire Maurice and Emmanuelle Baudry
  • Carbon offsetting, Clarisse Gimat
  • Coupled innovations for sustainable food (ICAD), Marianne Cerf
  • Sheep grazing among cereal farmers in Ile-de-France, Valentin Verret
  • Sésame: an innovative agricultural and food development project serving territories, Etienne Monpays and Sophie Danlos
  • Diagnostics for hedge planting on the Saclay plateau, Marion Bruère and Valentin Verret
  • Waste recycling, Ugoline Soler
  • How to integrate the landscape and functions of agri-urban edges to create added territorial value? Bertille Bonnain
  • Agrinity: a solution to simplify life for farmers, Olivier ruchot
  • Living together in an agri-urban environment, Marie Martinez and Enrique Barriuso
  • Electromechanical composting, Maximilien Koegler
  • Varietal associations, populations, associated crops: Let's mix! Jérôme Enjalbert

 

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Modification date: 08 November 2023 | Publication date: 29 January 2020 | By: DM