An agreement on co-financing a project for the restoration of cultural heritage was signed in Dubrovnik “Lazareti – creative district of Dubrovnik”, whose total value is HRK 33 million, and a total of HRK 26 million will be co-financed by European Union funds.The mentioned project of restoration and equipping of cultural heritage and improvement of cultural heritage management through its putting into full cultural and tourist function will increase the attractiveness and recognizability of the monumental complex Lazareti and Dubrovnik as exceptional cultural destinations throughout the year.The grant agreement from the European Union funds for financing the project “Lazareti – Creative District of Dubrovnik” was solemnly signed by the Minister of Regional Development and European Union Funds Gabrijela Žalac, Director of the Central Agency for Financing and Contracting Tomislav Petric and on behalf of the beneficiary, Dubrovnik Mayor Mato Franković. “This year, we signed contracts for a total of 14 cultural heritage projects worth almost HRK 364 million, and the total allocation for cultural heritage projects amounts to HRK 903 million.”Minister Žalac emphasized and added:”In 2017, 9 contracts worth 5,9 billion kuna were signed for projects in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, on which I would like to congratulate all those involved in the preparation of projects co-financed by EU funds and wish them successful implementation!”On behalf of the Project beneficiaries, the Mayor of the City of Dubrovnik Mato Franković He thanked the Ministry of Regional Development and European Union Funds and the Central Agency for Financing and Contracting for cooperation and explained that within the integrated development program it is planned to renovate 3 naves of the Lazareti monument complex – individual cultural property registered in the Croatian Register of Cultural Heritage. diverse cultural content that will ensure the sustainability of this project both at the institutional level and at the financial level.
At the end of last week, the delegation of Agro-klaster doo held a working meeting in Tar-Vabriga with representatives of the city of Novigrad and the municipality of Tar-Vabriga, as well as the most important hotel and catering companies from Istria. Thus, the well-known hotel companies Valamar and Plava laguna were presented with a project of connecting and networking family farms in Vukovar-Srijem County, with the aim of finding autochthonous Slavonian products on the shelves of retail chains and on the tables of our tourist and catering facilities.During the meeting, it was concluded that there are real needs and opportunities for cooperation, especially for some food products, but it is necessary to ensure sufficient quantities of products, continuity in delivery and adequate logistics capacity for receiving goods and fast delivery, said Vukovar-Srijem County.Eco-production was also recognized at this meeting as a great opportunity for positioning on the market of food production and sales. In this sense, it is necessary that our family farms network as soon as possible, increase the volume of production and continue to work on the introduction of prescribed norms and standards in the production of food products. stand out from Vukovar-Srijem County.The final conclusion is to prepare a concrete proposal and basket of products for the next meeting, which hoteliers and caterers could possibly include in their offer for the 2019 season. It was also agreed to organize the promotion of Slavonian products and producers in Istria this year. interested caterers and tourist workers visit Vukovar-Srijem County and see for themselves the potentials and possibilities of future cooperation. The day before, on Wednesday, the delegation of the Agro-cluster held a meeting of similar content with representatives of the city of Lovran.Agro cluster of Vukovar – Srijem County At the beginning of the year, more precisely in January 2018, the Vukovar-Srijem Parish together with a couple of municipalities established the Agro cluster with the intention of implementing already started or future development projects in the field of agriculture and rural development more efficiently and to the greatest extent possible. The primary goal of establishing this cluster is to intensify the primary production of certain crops (especially vegetables and fruits), a higher degree of processing of manufactured goods, connecting producers for joint participation in sales and procurement markets, support in the construction of necessary logistics facilities and facilities, and ultimately raising overall competitiveness of the agri-food sector in our county.The founders of the company are: Vukovar-Srijem County, municipalities: Cerna, Vrbanja, Drenovci, Lovas and Stari Jankovci, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Osijek, and the Cooperative for Fruit and Vegetable Production “Vinkovačka šparoga”.The specific functioning of the company will be based on the triple-helix model, according to which clusters most often function, and this includes the inclusion and connection of production (family farms, crafts, producer associations, companies…), public (counties, municipalities and cities, support institutions.… ) and the scientific and educational sector (faculties, institutes, vocational schools ().
Environment, Human Services, Press Release, Public Health, Weather Safety Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today notified farmland owners in Philadelphia and Delaware counties that they are eligible to receive disaster relief funding from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).“This year was unprecedented and unpredictable, with weather conditions that challenged farmers across the state,” said Governor Wolf. “This funding will be crucial to help those producers protect their investments and recoup some of their losses. I encourage anyone eligible in Philadelphia or Delaware counties to apply for this valuable federal relief.”The funding will help with losses caused by disasters that occurred during the 2018 crop year, such as excessive heat and drought. It is the result of a Secretarial disaster declaration and can include emergency loans from the federal Farm Service Agency (FSA).Eligible farmers can apply for loans for up to eight months after a Secretarial disaster declaration, and should contact their local FSA office for assistance. More information on USDA’s disaster assistance program, including county lists and maps, can be found at http://disaster.fsa.usda.gov. Governor Wolf Announces Disaster Relief Funding Available for Philadelphia, Delaware County Farms November 08, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter