AlpBioEco Newsletter - November 2020
Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food and botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space
VOL. 9 EN
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We have published our Best Practice Brochure!

AlpBioEco published its Best Practice Brochure at the end of September, concluding its work package T3. The brochure presents seven selected business models that the AlpBioEco partners have developed and also checked for feasibility. All seven eco-innovative business models show the potential of the bioeconomy in the Alpine regions. Share the brochure and enjoy the reading!

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Fourth and final work package on track: AlpBioEco develops its policy guidelines.

Work package T3 was finalised with the publication of the Best Practice Brochure in September and with this, AlpBioEco officially entered the final phase of the project: The work package T4 started under the leadership of Business Upper Austria in August 2020. In this work package, the AlpBioEco team transfers the results of previous work into policy learning.

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NEW! Walnut recipe booklet and AlpBioEco video.

Did you know that press cake can be used as a nut or almond substitute for cakes or Christmas cookies? Read the new AlpBioEco booklet of recipes based on walnut press cake to learn more and discover new recipes! In October, we also published a new video on our Youtube channel about an AlpBioEco company partner in promoting herbs in Slovenia and developing the herbal pacifier business model. Spread the word!

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AlpBioEco's collaboration with the Universities of Hohenheim and Wuppertal: Students publish their work.

AlpBioEco cooperated with students from two German universities: Veronika Kowolik from the University of Wuppertal wrote her master thesis on innovative bio-based business models at the example of the walnut value chain and four students of the University of Hohenheim compared the bioeconomy strategies of European countries within the frame of AlpBioEco. If you want to know more about these collaborations and the results, read our article!

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Learn more about us: Interview with AlpBioEco project partner, Biotehniški center Naklo, Slovenia. 

Biotehniški center Naklo is a Slovenian public educational institution working in the fields of food processing, (organic) agriculture, rural development, horticulture and nature conservation. The Slovenian AlpBioEco project partner has 900 students each year, mainly from rural Alpine and pre-Alpine areas. To learn more about BC Naklo read the interview with the team responsible for the AlpBioEco project (Photo: © BC Naklo).

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Learn more about us: Interview with AlpBioEco project partner, Regio Im Walgau, Austria. 

Regio Im Walgau is an Austrian association of 14 local authorities working together to promote the development of the Walgau region and among other things the production of regional agricultural products and the improvement of the Alpine landscape. Within AlpBioEco, RIW has specialised in the issue of revegetation services with alpine hay seeds. Read the interview with Marina Fischer, RIW project manager (Photo: © Marina Fischer). 

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The AlpBioEco Newsletter is published quarterly by AlpBioEco head of project communication (Albstadt-Sigmaringen University of Applied Sciences).
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