DiverIMPACTS Crop diversification, workload and quality of life

A new survey led by ORC hopes that through improving understanding of the impact of crop diversification on workload and quality of life we can provide recommendations for policy makers, training and education providers and food supply chains on how they can better support farmers to diversify.

This study forms part of the EU H2020 DiverIMPACTS project, whose aim is to achieve the full potential of diversification of cropping systems for improved productivity, delivery of ecosystem services and resource-efficient and sustainable value chains. 

The confidential survey is aimed at farmers or growers who have transitioned or are transitioning to a more diversified cropping system.

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