All deliverables on the website are preliminary and are not yet approved by the funding body
Under each LEARNING AREAS page there is set of outputs separately for each area:
- Baseline Assessment
- Report from the Innovation seminar (in the national language)
- Presentation to the stakeholders on the project (in the national language)
- Innovation Report - visual example of innovations in each Learning Area
- HNV-LINK Deliverable 2.6.1
Compendium of Innovation Experiences, Needs and Lessons.
This document brings together the results of the work done in the 10 Learning Areas (LA) of the project, analysing innovation from the perspective of High Nature Value (HNV) farming. For each LA, it describes the local context for innovation in support of HNV farming, and analyses examples of innovation that are working (or have worked) within the LA and more widely in the country. It also identifies the main innovation gaps that need to be addressed in order to make HNV farming sustainable. (December 2017)
The separate reports for the respective Learning Areas are found on the Learning Areas pages
- HNV-Link deliverable 1.4.3
THE HNV-LINK ATLAS: PERSPECTIVES ON 10 LEARNING AREAS
The Atlas showcases the diversity of High Nature Value agricultural ecosystems at the large scale, how they have developed in the past and the changes they are undergoing just now. The comparative approach taken gives the reader a better understanding of the present day challenges for each area and promotes the sharing of experiences and ideas on how to face the future. (October 2017)
- HNV-LINK Deliverable 2.5.
Grassroots innovation to promote an "HNV vision" in 10 Learning Areas across Europe.
National Language Reports (with English summaries) (August 2017)
#HNVmatters (August 2017)
- What is HNV
The set of visually attractive slides introduces some major features of the High Nature Value farming to a broad public. (August 2017)
- HNV-LINK WP1 Deliverable 1.3
COLLECTION OF BASELINE ASSESSMENTS.
The document comprises baseline assessments for 10 learning areas of the project. Compiling the assessment was a first step for engaging with local actors: to better understand the territory in all its dimensions (environmental, economical, sociological), and to start visioning process for a HNV area development. (August 2017)
- HNV-LINK WP 2 Deliverable 2.2.1
INNOVATIONS BENEFITING HNV FARMING SYSTEMS, FARMERS AND COMMUNITIES
Report of the reviews of existing research and experiences on HNV farming innovations (11 April 2017)
- LITERATURE REVIEW (Digest): Innovations Benefiting HNVFarming Systems, Farmers and Communities (15 January 2017)
- HNV-LINK WP1 Deliverable 1.2.2.
ASSESSMENT OF THE BASELINE SITUATION. GUIDELINE FOR COORDINATORS.
The guideline for assessing the baseline situation in 10 learning areas of the project has been developed in a collaborative process with the coordinators of the learning areas. It aims to guide the analysis as "what would take place in my HNV area without innovation specifically addressing HNV?" "With what consequences for farms' economy and biodiversity?". It illustrates the approach with an assessment of one area. (September 2016)