On June 12th, the Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences and AgriFood Lithuania organised the first session of the Living Lab established under the Horizon Europe project GRASS CEILING. The Living Lab has eight women farmers engaged in agricultural and rural innovations.
Male farmers also took part in this session and contributed to revealing the differences between men and women regarding innovation. The participants conducted a focus group exercise to identify the role of women innovators in agriculture and rural areas and discuss the major drivers and expectations. The results will be compared across the countries represented in the GRASS CEILING project to develop policy recommendations for EU agriculture and rural development.