DigiFor; Digitalisation and benefits to our Forests

The aim of the project is to enhance knowledge, competencies, and skills related to digitisation for the sustainable utilization of forest resources contributing to environmental and climate resilience.


Supporting the recovery and sustainable management of Ukrainian forests and Ukraine’s forest sector

An overview of the status of the Ukrainian forest sector and the Ukrainian forests before and during the war, analyses the existing support projects in place, and provides a short list of recommendations about future steps to be taken for the recovery and strengthening of SFM in Ukraine


Innovative Strategies for Public Catering: the Expansion of the Sustainable Public Meal Toolkit (StratKIT+)

The project StratKIT+ guides public authorities, catering providers and others on sustainable procurement for schools, daycare, hospitals and other public institutions.


Blue-Green Bio Lab

The project Blue-Green Bio Lab helps local authorities intiate bio-industrial symbioses among aquaculture, agriculture and industry to reduce emissions while producing more consumer goods.


Bridging the gap between research and education for the circular bioeconomy (BREC)

The project BREC connects agricultural schools, authorities and researchers to spread circular agricultural practices among practitioners and test technologies driving circular bioeconomy.


BioBoosters - Boosting the circular transition

The project BioBoosters brings together bio-based businesses in rural areas to share the know-how in circular production, and trigger green business opportunities.


Innovation in forestry biomass residue processing: towards circular forestry with added value products (CEforestry)

The project CEforestry establishes cooperation among researchers, SMEs and large companies to support industrial symbiosis using forestry biomass residues in a more efficient way.


KISMET – sustainable food environments

The project KISMET helps public authorities create favourable conditions for food producers and consumers to choose sustainable food options.



In the project MainPotRe potato breeders, gene bank holders, research institutions, authorities, and NGOs work together to enhance the self-sufficiency of communities and food security in the region by improving access to planting material of local potato cultivars.


Circular FoodShift in the Baltic countries

The project Circular FoodShift helps authorities in rural and peri-urban municipalities transform food models with less food waste at schools and gastronomy and new businesses upcycling food and food waste.


Local cooperation for circular biowaste in schools and beyond (FoodLoops)

The project FoodLoops establishes cooperation among schools, caterers (SMEs), farmers, and professionals in a circular economy to improve biowaste separation at source, prevent excessive food waste and reuse it as organic compost.


Creating resilient rural communities in BSR based on the opportunities of digital bio businesses (eRural resilience)

The project eRural resilience enables local authorities and business support organisations in rural areas to help SMEs increase their digital literacy in e-marketing of bio products and thus seize new business opportunities.



The project GYPREG brings together national and public authorities, NGOs, farmers and farmers´ associations to increase the uptake of gypsum treatment of agricultural fields that allows to reduce phosphorus losses from agriculture.


Promoting commercial fishing of Round Goby in the Baltic Sea

To develop a commercially viable fishery of invasive Round Goby fish species, the project RoundGoby helps authorities amend the legal framework and guides enterprises in producing suitable fishing gear and fish products for local markets.