CERERE videos

CERERE Documentary: Cereal Reinassance in the field

Scientists and farmers. Bakers and local communities. These are the protagonists of a movement that is changing agricultural practices. The CERERE Documentary is coming soon, watch the teaser and the trailer!

Cereal Reinassance in the field | Teaser

Cereal Reinassance in the field | Trailer


European Diversity Cereal Festival, Denmark 2019

The European Diversity Cereal Festival has been held in Denmark on 26-28 June 2019. Parallel sessions of baking and beer workshops, field demonstrations, market place, posters and lectures had taken place: find out more in these videos.

Alonso Navarro Chavez | European Diversity Cereal Festival 2019

Egoitz Fernandenz | European Diversity Cereal Festival 2019

Gianluca Stefani | European Diversity Cereal Festival 2019

Minna Mikkola | European Diversity Cereal Festival 2019

Giuseppe Nocella | European Diversity Cereal Festival 2019


Seedstories

Across Europe, more and more farmers are preserving and exchanging seeds in order to maintain biodiversity. Find out more in these 90-secs videos featuring some of the key players of this agricultural revolution.

Salvatore Ceccarelli | Evolutionary population #1

Salvatore Ceccarelli | Evolutionary population #2

Véronique Chable | Agrobiodiversity

Véronique Chable | A new approach of agricolture

Marc Devalque | A different idea of bread

Sara Passerini | A new farmer in Tuscany, Italy


CERERE trailer

What is CERERE project all about? What are the main keywords and goals of the cereal renaissance in rural Europe? Find out how the project aims at embedding diversity in organic and low-input food systems.


Let’s Liberate Diversity, Belgium 2017

On 22-23 June 2017 CERERE project participated in the European meeting Let’s Liberate Diversity at the Hayon Farm in Belgium. Find out more watching these short video-presentations of the event!


Let’s Cultivate Diversity, Italy 2017

On 8-11 June 2017 the event “Let’s Cultivate Diversity” was held at the Azienda Agricola Floriddia in Tuscany, Italy. Three days of field visits, conferences and meetings to promote food diversity. Find out more in the videos below.