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Sirpa Karjalainen Ministerial Advisor, MAF Co operation and innovation in RDP Mainland Finland

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ERIAFF2014 Conference Seinäjoki, Finland Sirpa Karjalainen, Ministerial Advisor Ministry of Forest and Agriculture of Finland "Co-operation and innovation in RDP Mainland Finland"

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  • Sirpa Karjalainen Ministerial Advisor, MAF Co operation and innovation in RDP Mainland Finland
  • Sivu 2 18.6.2014 Some background information How we do it now How we would like to do it in the future
  • Sivu 3 18.6.2014 3 Finland Surface area 338 145 km2 - forestry land 262 700 km2 (78%) - agricultural land 22 500 km2 (6.7%) Population 5 228 000 - share of rural population about 30% Population density 15 persons/km2 - (EU-15 120 persons/km2) GDP: - 149.7 billion euros () - 28 600 /person - share of agriculture and forestry 3.2%
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  • Sivu 6 18.6.2014 6 Maito, osuus Yli 0,5 % (57) 0,2 - 0,5 % (111) 0,1 - 0,2 % (107) Alle 0,1 % (157) Maito, muutos Kasvanut yli 10 % (108) Kasvanut 0 - 10 % (72) Pienentynyt 0 - 15 % (118) Pienentynyt yli 15 % (134) Milk production, concentrating in some areas
  • Sivu 7 18.6.2014
  • Sivu 8 18.6.2014 rivers lakes sea main emphasis of the agri environmental measure is to reduce nutrient load from agriculture in the watercourse and enhance the biodiversity
  • Sivu 9 18.6.2014 9 National Quality Strategy for the Food Sector Joint programme of all operators in the food sector launched in 1997 aimed to construct a quality chain for foodstuffs from farm to table Purpose of the quality chain is to guarantee safe, high-quality foodstuffs (traceability) and efficient action all through the chain. Input industry Primary productions Food industry Transportation Trade Consumer Food services
  • Sivu 10 18.6.2014 Biotalousstrategian tavoitteena on nostaa biotaloutemme tuotos 100 miljardiin euroon vuoteen 2025 menness ja luoda 100 000 uutta typaikkaa. 1.KILPAILUKYKYINEN BIOTALOUDEN TOIMINTAYMPRIST Biotalouden kasvulle luodaan kilpailukykyinen toimintaymprist 2. UUTTA LIIKETOIMINTAA BIOTALOUDESTA Biotalouteen luodaan uutta liiketoimintaa riskirahoituksen, rohkeiden kokeilujen ja toimialarajojen ylittmisen avulla 3. VAHVA OSAAMISPERUSTA BIOTALOUDELLE Biotalouden osaamisperustaa kehitetn koulutusta ja tutkimustoimintaa uudistamalla 4. BIOMASSOJEN KYTETTVYYS JA KESTVYYS Biomassojen saatavuus, raaka-ainemarkkinoiden toimivuus ja kytn kestvyys turvataan Toimeenpanojaseuranta Strategisetpmrt SUOMEN BIOTALOUSSTRATEGIA Biotalouden kestvt ratkaisut ovat Suomen hyvinvoinnin ja kilpailukyvyn perusta National Strategy for Bio-economy Bio-economy strategy aims to increase the output of the bio-economy 100 billion by 2025 and to create 100 000 new jobs.
  • Sivu 11 18.6.2014 Growth in Hme Programmatic development of the food chain 20072014 Growth in Hme Information network 2 The food and drink of Hme tomorrow The food of tomorrow The food and drink tomorrow FIVE INTERLINKED PROJECTS From an actor-oriented approach to customer- oriented - Enabling activity - Active participation - Successful forms of activity - Development of production and interest in making investments A new way of thinking about development - from a food chain into developing a food system
  • Sivu 12 18.6.2014 1. Implementation model: an extended development network, which has generated ideas for, implemented and managed centrally and through effective delegation over 40 thematic projects related to the dairy sector during 19972013. Activities began under the brand Maito-Savo (Dairy Savo), now each member of the network has its own brand 2. Innovations include extensive delegation, a cost-effective, unidirectional method of implementation that produces results, the one stop shop principle and minimising overlap in development and project work Developing the dairy sector in North Savo
  • Sivu 13 18.6.2014 METKA: Profitable Energy from the Forest Core of the project Research and development project the goal is increased profitability and better quality in the supply chain for forest energy the development of the forest energy supply chain will benefit directly from the research, through e.g. correct equipment choices and logistics control It is necessary to get wood chip fuel to user locations at a competitive price. The forest energy supply chain must also be profitable for all parties. The large forest management associations Kanta-Hme and Pijt- Hme, TTS (Tytehoseura), and the Finnish Forest Research Institute (Metla) are all involved in the cooperation project as research institutes The results will be immediately put into use in the forest energy supply chain The project created an operational model for forest energy based on the research results
  • Sivu 14 18.6.2014 3 23 0 Events and tests Size of the farmer network IMPLEMENTED BY: FRAMI OY Seinjoki University of Applied Sciences, Ilmajoki University of Helsinki, Ruralia Institute FUNDED BY: ELY CENTRE FOR SOUTH OSTROBOTHNIA (EUROPEAN AGRICULTURAL FUND FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT (EAFRD)) Agricultural technology companies www.agrolivinglab.fi 43 Implementers Agro Living Lab developing cooperation in product development between farmers and companies producing agricultural machinery. Size of the farmer network Events and tests 230 3
  • Sivu 15 18.6.2014 120 27 100 EVENTS LESSONS PARTICIPANTS IMPLEMENTED BY: FRAMI OY VOCATIONAL ADULT EDUCATION SEDU FUNDED BY: ELY CENTRE FOR SOUTH OSTROBOTHNIA (EUROPEAN AGRICULTURAL FUND FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT (EAFRD)) LHITAPIOLA NICEKONE training in agricultural technology for women farmers. Contact education, theme nights and study trips.
  • Sivu 16 18.6.2014 The development project of the food chain of Southwest Finland (VARRU) The project is implemented by the Functional Foods Forum, the Finland Futures Research Centre, and the Brahea Centre for Training and Development, which are units of the University of Turku. Project period 20112014 (extension granted) Funding by the ELY Centre for Southwest Finland, Rural Development Programme for Mainland Finland 20072013 Target group: food chain actors from the field to the table and back Goals and innovations: - Developing a cooperation network responding to the challenges of today by strengthening networks - Developing the food chain in Southwest Finland and new opportunities Implementing the future process Including the forecasting of future as a part of business activities - Increasing the strategic role of the food sector Effectiveness of the food chain in the language of the decision-makers (/GDP/employment) Making the food chain seen and heard by the consumers
  • Sivu 17 18.6.2014 1. Poor quality of surface water in agricultural areas was a challenge; a pilot area was selected in the municipality of Urjala. 2. Drainage basin -specific, farm-oriented design: a complete information package on cultivation and the environment shown on maps is tailored to the farmer by taking advantage of e.g. GIS data. Financial and environmentally sustainable solutions for developing cultivation and managing the agricultural environment are found through farm-specific guidance. The goal is to find practical solutions and actions through cooperation between experts from different fields. Public events are also organised in participatory planning. Environmental management and water protection in agriculture in Pirkanmaa Environment compass YMPRISTKOMPASSI PROJECT 20122014 Riikka Syrinki ProAgria Etel-Suomi, Finnish Rural Womens Advisory Organisation
  • Sivu 18 18.6.2014 The Responsible Pork Production project is a development project implemented in Varsinais-Suomi and Satakunta. The areas' pork producers form the target group for this project. The project is divided into entities, the goals of which are to improve feeding, spend fixed costs more efficiently and improve documentation as well as the sections of production responsibility. The project has utilized its own experts, HK Agri's experts, MTT's researchers as well as other expert services. The website was created in order for the -producer to achieve an competitive cost level -pig to receive good care -consumer to receive high-quality products It will bring the highest level of success if all stakeholders in the pork industry have a common vision on the best practices of production. The target groups and ideas of the project We hope that the manual is read and used by: pork producers workforce employed by piggeries veterinarians the meat production industry the feed industry and other input producers and input marketers agricultural experts banks and financiers educational institutes agricultural lobbyists other people interested in production http://www.vastuullinensikatalous.fi/en/project On the website, you will find a handbook that describes the best practices of pork production in terms of feeding, care, construction and ventilation. Russian and English translations have been created for feeding and care. Their aim is to describe the best Finnish practices also to foreign piggery employees.
  • Sivu 19 18.6.2014
  • Rural Innovation Camps Summary Main Activities Innovation Camps are a tool to encourage the development of new ideas, products and services and also different ways of working in rural areas. Finnish NSU has arranged both national and regional camps. They have brought together specialists and entrepreneurs to develop innovative solutions to the threats and opportunities apparent in Finnish rural areas. Over three days and two nights the ideas are developed in to new products, services and methods. Finnish NSU organized with its partners a national Innovation Camp in 2012. An open call for rural innovation ideas was launched. 47 different ideas were identified and 8 of these were developed further in the Camp. In 2013 the Innovation Cams were taken to regional level. Through open call 5 areas were selected where regional camps are organized. Key Success A new model for developing innovation was launched and it has been disseminated at a regional level. New actors took part in the process - even urban actors were interested in participating. We have built new innovations and ways of doing things and promoted the potential of rural areas for new growth. Innovation camps
  • Innovation camps Conclusion Innovation Camps are an excellent tool to develop the rural innovation environment in order to increase and improve co-operation between experts and develop and share a new method of working. It works both on national and regional level. Innovation Camps showcase the strengths of the countryside, develop new rural innovations in product development and service provision and raise awareness of the opportunities provided by the RDP's. Innovation Camps can also be used as tool to build and develop EIPs, European Innovation Parnerships. Innovation Camps: very practical but intensive way to develop new ideas in to innovations build the local "innovation environment": can change the processes good tool to attract new actors in rural development the initial idea was received from Sweden - benchmarking works in ENRD good way to receive publicity for the strengths of rural areas and the RDP can be used as a tool in the EIP-processes
  • Sivu 22 18.6.2014 We would like to see co operation projects in:
  • Sivu 23 18.6.2014 LOCAL (by over 50 Leader groups covering all rural areas in FI)
  • Sivu 24 18.6.2014 REGIONAL (big differences between the reality and strategies)
  • Sivu 25 18.6.2014 INTER REGIONAL (e.g. covering Eastern Finland)
  • Sivu 26 18.6.2014 NATIONAL (common interest or special innovation)
  • Sivu 27 18.6.2014 EUROPEAN Context -as with connection to H2020 research projects but also between individual partners
  • Sivu 28 18.6.2014 Rural innovation group (EIP/OG) -working for a certain innovation - selected nationally (business potential etc.) Co operation group for rural livelihood e.g.: - tourism (micro only) - energy - metal and machinery EIP/OG -if fulfilling the requirements Co operation group for agriculture, forestry, bio economy EIP/OG -if fulfilling the requirements Need-based, goal-oriented projects: not planning for planning or coffee trinking Innovation clusters, horizontal and vertical groups, pilot projects, demonstration projects combined with training measure and other EU funds also.
  • Sivu 29 18.6.2014 All are following same rules according the type of project: (PRELIMINARY) GBER: - fundamental research (up to 90 %) - industrial research (up to 80%) De minimis (max 200 000 / 3 year): - innovation cluster - pilot project Investments for demonstration project (Art 14 ?) Investments connected to innovation groups: - art 18 or 19 +20 % Leader groups: max 180 000 / project. International projects follow the procedure of Leader Flat rate max 25 % for the overhead cost. Lump sum if suitable.
  • Sivu 30 18.6.2014 160 B to use >>>>> 10 300 All potential in use, diversification, competitiveness and employment in sustainable way. Local food, food chain, organic production, tourism, metal and machinery, services. New clusters (bio-economy), pilot projects, demonstrations, new co operation between producers
  • Thank you! For more information please visit www.rural.fi