Guild Members are invited to apply for a place on a low-budget press trip to Croatia – but those wanting to attend should move quickly.
With Croatian agriculture still unknown to many, and the fabulous backdrop of Dalmatia and the Adriatic Coast as a location, this trip is likely to be a sell-out.
The five-day visit will take place from 6-10 June 2018.
The Croatian association intends to showcase the diversity of their country’s farming with visits to a number of interesting food producers.
As well as farmers, these will include fishermen, cheese and winemakers, olive oil producers, and fruit and vegetable growers.
Visits will also take in a leading seed and plant breeding company, and meetings with a Croatian MEP and the deputy president of the Croatian Agricultural Chamber.
Rounding off the trip, ENAJ members will be guests of the country’s oldest agricultural radio show, “Za selo i poljoprivredu”, which will have as a special guest agricultural minister Tomislav Tolušić.
Organisers will cover costs of all meals, coach transport and accommodation.
Participants will pay a contribution of €100 per person, with a €60 supplement for single occupation.
The number of seats for the trip is strictly limited so applying for a place does not guarantee your place. Full details and an itinerary are available here.
To register your interest in attending, email the Guild’s ENAJ representative Adrian Bell at email@example.com by Monday, 30 April, at the latest.