Food and related processing practices can provide a formidable platform for building a more democratic and inclusive society, creating the opportunity for communities to take off cultural sharing.
Linking potential between individuals through food experiences is one of the key axes when attempting a cross-generational and intercultural dialogue.
The project aims to:
• Design and develop the training plan and materials needed to build up a toolkit containing teaching tools focused on traditional knowledge on food processing issues addressed to teach their agri-food system´ ’s engagement, complexity, adaptiveness, and variety.
• Design and develop a toolkit for data recording, including cross-sectional instruments, such as visual art tools.
Fundació Assut (El Saler, Spain)
IES Campanar (València, Spain)
University of Perugia –Department of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences (Perugia, Italy) Densa Cooperativa Sociale (Perugia, Italy) TAMAT (Perugia, Italy) Stitching House of Design (Groningen, Netherlands) Piter Jelles Leeuwarder Lyceum (Leeuwarden, Netherlands)
The LoFi project (Developing Key Competencies for Local traditional knOwledge on Food ProcessIng in High School Education) is funded under
Erasmus+ – the Framework Programme EU programme for education,
training, youth and sport (2021-2027) from the European Union under grant agreement No.2021-1-ES01-KA220-SCH-000024513.