BSoP participated in the development of a guide “Urban Farming for Beginners”

As part of the “Urban Farming Education for Sustainable Future” project, which is funded by the EU’s Erasmus+ program, an online guide “Urban Gardening for Beginners” was created. It aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of urban agriculture, from the basic concepts to the practical implementation. The guide covers a wide range of topics and practical advice that can help both beginners and experienced urban gardeners not only start, but also successfully maintain an urban farm. Urban farming is not just a hobby; it is a transformative lifestyle that connects us to the food we eat, the community we live in and the natural world.

The main goal of the project “Urban Farming Education for Sustainable Future” is to change the mindset of adult citizens and encourage their interest in environment and sustainability and to expand urban farming movement thus contributing to the EU Green Deal, the fight against climate change and sustainability of the cities. In it, the Bulgarian School of Politics “Dimitry Panitza” is partnering with the lead organization “Forum CSRD” (North Macedonia), “Serbia Organica” (Serbia) and “Eko Zadar” (Croatia), The project is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the EU.

The guide is available here.