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PGR Forum’s work programme is implemented through a series of five interrelated workpackages and associated workshops:

 

1) European crop wild relative assessment

2) Threat and conservation assessment

3) In situ data management methodologies

4) Population management methodologies

5) Genetic erosion and genetic pollution methodologies. 

 

An additional workpackage coordinates thematic network product dissemination and exploitation, and the final dissemination conference.

 

The PGR Forum Final Dissemination Conference will be held in Agrigento, Sicily, Italy, 14-17 September 2005.  See www.pgrforum.org/conference.htm

 

Workshop calendar

 

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Workshop 1: European crop wild relative assessment

5-8 February 2003

Véria, Greece

See Workshop 1 report on the publications page

Workshop 2: Threat and conservation assessment

27-30 April

2005

Korsør (Western Sealand)

Denmark

www.pgrforum.org/Workshop_2.htm

Workshop 3: In situ data management methodologies

8-10 September 2003

Prague, Czech Republic

www.genres.de/CFDEV/ibv_pgr_forum/ws_gis/information.cfm

Workshop 4: Population management methodologies

21-24 April 2004

Mahón, Menorca, Spain

www.pgrforum.org/WS4/Local_Publish/index.html

Workshop 5: Genetic erosion and pollution assessment

8-11 September 2004

Terceira Island, Azores, Portugal

www.pgrforum.org/Workshop_5.htm

 

First International Conference on Crop Wild Relative Conservation and Use

Incorporating the PGR Forum Final Dissemination Conference

 

First International Conference on Crop Wild Relative Conservation and Use (incorporating the PGR Forum Final Dissemination Conference)

14-17 September 2005

Agrigento, Sicily, Italy

www.pgrforum.org/conference.htm

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