Nature-inclusive agriculture is a form of sustainable agriculture based on a resilient food and ecosystem. Wageningen scientists are looking at how agriculture can go hand in hand with increased biodiversity, such as in flower- and herb-rich grassland, and how farmers can be better rewarded for investing in changes. We do this, among other things, by drawing up future visions that show how food can be produced within the boundaries of nature, the environment and the living environment.
A website, developed on behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality, presents possible future visions of what areas with nature-inclusive agriculture might look like. The visions serve as discussion material to explore a nature-inclusive future together with stakeholders in an area.
Agroecology at WUR
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