- to put in contact and establish collaborations between educational, research, experimentation, demonstration and information organisations working on organic farming techniques.
- to collect information relating to organic farming and to identify state-of-the-art research in this field.
Centres carrying out research in the field of agri-forestry ecology can join ENOF as Associate Laboratories and may be invited to participate at workshops and other scientific meetings organised by ENOF.
ENOF has a steering committee that includes the coordinator and 5 sub-coordinators - one for each area of research:
- Crop Production and Weed Control
- Soil Fertility and Environmental Aspects
- Animal Husbandry, Grasslands and Fodder Production
- Legal and Economic Aspects
- Crop Protection
ENOF publishes a newsletter, NENOF and has organised three workshops relating to organic farming.
The newsletter and proceedings of these workshops are available from the coordinator.
Funding SchemeCON - Coordination of research actions
SY23 3EB Aberystwyth
AB9 1UD Aberdeen
EH9 3JG Edinburgh