Education in landscape and territory agronomy

The Satellite session was co-chaired by Camilla Moonen (Italy) and Sylvie Lardon (France).


Paper presentations

M. Dosso and C. Soulard. Landscape study of the interactions between nature and society: A training course to analyse and agrarian system in a territory, pp. 955-960.

Y. Michelin, R. Gustavsson, T. Pinto Correia, S. Briffaud, A.K. Geelmuyden, E. Konkolyne-Gyuro and J. Pirnat. The Landscape Ambassador Experience: Towards a new educational approach for improving landscape planning and management with farming systems and the European Landscape Convention in mind, pp. 961-970.

S. Agostini and F. Mesiti. Landscaping the sustainability of the farm of tomorrow, pp. 971-978.

M. Etienne, C. Monteil and M. Legras. Teaching companion modelling to agronomy students: An original way to integrate concepts in agriculture and environment, pp. 979-983.

P. Martin. A role-playing game allowing students to experiment with the benefits of territory agronomy to prevent natural disasters, pp. 985-990.

C. Planchat-Héry. The landscape patter of negative prospective vision: A shared approach for professionals in agriculture, pp. 991-997.

H. Rapey, S. Lardon, M. Galli, C. Moonen, M. Benoit, C. Thenail, P. Barberi, P. Caron, E. Marraccini, D. Rizzo and E. Bonari. Experiences from a winter school on landscape agronomy: Stakes, difficulties, perspectives, pp. 999-1004.

K. von der Heiden: Going blended learning in rural education, pp. 1005-1009.

M. Benoit, C. Crépineau, C. Feidt, B. Amiaud, Y. Le Roux, S. Piutti and S. Jurjanz. When students faced rural realities: Learning complexity in a rural region, pp. 1011-1016.