Institute for Research on European Agricultural Landscapes e.V. (EUCALAND)

EUCALAND is the acronym of "European Culture expressed in Agricultural Landscapes". EUCALAND is a non profit association under German law. We are an expert network that deals with the cultural and agricultural landscapes of Europe for promoting their consideration and use among their people for preserving their cultural heritage.


  • Presentation at a national meeting  Unidad de Planificación Rural Agropecuaria, UPRA Ministerio de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural 5th Sep 2017
  • Working meeting: LivingStones - preparatory meeting, Horizon2020: 28th July 2017 in Venice/Italy
  • Participate: Photo Contest by COST Action TU1401 RELY
    • Send us your best photo on Renewable Energies and landscapes,
    • deadline: 15th July, more information
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  • Participate: What is YOUR information about European Agriculture and European Agricultural Landscapes? FEAL-online questionnaire within our Erasmus+ project. Every participation is welcome! Thank you!screenshot SEMA
  • Awarded: Sema project with EUCALAND member Johannes Dreer. More information.
  • New publications on terraced landscapes by our Slovenian member Drago Kladnik et al, go to publications.
  • Interesting report on CAP - Common Agricultural strategy can be found here

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Recent projects

 1. FEAL - MultifuFEAL screenshotnctional Farming for the sustainability of European Agricultural Landscapes

Project number: 2016-1-SK01-KA202-022502 within Erasmus+, Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership (2016.01.12 until 2019.05.31)

Haymaking structure SIFollow-us via twitter more information on the project's homepage.

2. Landscape element 2017: Hay landscapes and hay making structures: More information here


last update: 08 August 2017