RURITAGE Project webinar 12th May 2022


In this online event, participants learn how to use RURITAGE Resources Ecosystem, the project’s digital hub that gathers information, data and methodologies that were created and applied during the RURITAGE project. It serves as an online hub for rural regeneration, to promote knowledge sharing, mutual learning & collaboration within rural communities and beyond.It involves 5 different tools that together will help participants to apply RURITAGE methodology to their own rural territory.

Thursday 12 May 2022, 14:00 CEST



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