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Table 8 The ‘bundle’ measure of co-operation in EAFRD, Reg. (UE) 1305/2013 Article 35 (2), referred to EAFRD general objectives Article 4 – (source: Toccaceli 2012 :101)

From: Agricultural districts in the Italian regions: looking toward 2020

Eafrd objectives article 4 Co-operation actions supported By Eafrd Article 35
(a) fostering the competitiveness of agriculture (a) pilot projects;
(b) the development of new products, practices, processes and technologies in the agriculture, food and forestry sectors;
(c) co-operation among small operators in organising joint work processes and sharing facilities and resources and for the development and/or marketing of tourism services relating to rural tourism;
(d) horizontal and vertical co-operation among supply chain actors for the establishment and the development of short supply chains and local markets;
(e) promotion activities in a local context relating to the development of short supply chains and local markets;
(b) ensuring the sustainable management of natural resources, and climate action (f) joint action undertaken with a view to mitigating or adapting to climate change;
(g) joint approaches to environmental projects and ongoing environmental practices, including efficient water management, the use of renewable energy and the preservation of agricultural landscapes;
(h) horizontal and vertical co-operation among supply chain actors in the sustainable provision of biomass for use in food and energy production and industrial processes;
(j) drawing up of forest management plans or equivalent instruments;
(c) achieving a balanced territorial development of rural economies and communities including the creation and maintenance of employment (i) implementation, in particular by groups of public and private partners other than those defined in point (b) of Article 32(2) of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013, of local development strategies other than those defined in Article 2(19) of Regulation (EU) 1303/2013 addressing one or more of the Union priorities for rural development;
(k) diversification of farming activities into activities concerning health care, social integration, community-supported agriculture and education about the environment and food.