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LandSea Project (2021-1-FR01-KA220-ADU-000033483) is an Erasmus+ project funded by the European Union and developed by a consortium of seven partners from several Mediterranean countries (France, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Italy and Cyprus). Coordinated by Petra Patrimonia (Corsica-France), the project has partners such as the University of Zaragoza -through the research group "Meat quality and technology" of the Agrifood Institute of Aragon (IA2) with José Antonio Beltrán as principal investigator-, Mediterranean Centre of Environment (Greece), AVA Creations Foundation (Bulgaria), PCX Computers & Information Systems LTD (Cyprus), Med.O.R.O. scarl and Fabbrica Ambiente Rurale Maremma (Italy).

LandSea aims to: increase the professional skills and capacity of stakeholders in coastal zone development; jointly promote the agricultural sector (activities, products) and the maritime sector (fishing and production) through innovation, the creation of new income-generating activities and the valorization of their products.

The project is aimed at: future mentors (adults and green and blue economy organizations) to strengthen their entrepreneurial spirit; workers linked to the rural economy who wish to be trained to develop their entrepreneurial skills; other actors in education and vocational training and in the maritime and agricultural sectors to initiate complementary activities with high added value.

The project includes the development of: training contents for the joint valorization of land and sea products and a self-assessment tool; LandSea guide, which will provide a methodology to design, in a participatory way, LandSea discovery circuits adapted to each territory; LandSea e-learning platform where the training contents will be digitalized to offer an e-learning program.
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