Bioforsk is engaged in several projects all over Europe.


Project Description Research area Location

Achieving Sustainable Water Ecosystems Management by Connecting Research, People and Policy Makers in Europe.

Soil, water and environment Estonia, Latvia, France, Belgium, Italy

The DRIMON Project (2006-2009) Interdisciplinary assessment of water resources management in two transboundary lakes in South Eastern Europe.

Soil, water and environment Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway

Grassland regrowth and milk production in organic dairy farm.

Organic food and farming Norway

Intensified harvesting of forests – implications for enterprises related to wild and domestic ungulates.

Organic food and farming Norway, Germany, UK, Canada

Groundwater and Dependent Ecosystems: New Scientific and Technological Basis for Assessing Climate Change and Land-use Impacts on Groundwater.

Soil, water and environment Europe

Integrated water resources and coastal zone management in European lagoons in the context of climate change.

Soil, water and environment Portugal, Spain, Ukraine, Poland

Reduction of Baltic Sea Nutrient Inputs and Cost Allocation within the Baltic Sea Catchment

Soil, water and environment Baltic region

Adaptive Strategies to Mitigate the Impacts of Climate Change on European Freshwater Ecosystems

Soil, water and environment Europe

Soil Contamination: Advanced integrated characterisation and time-lapse Monitoring.

Soil, water and environment Norway, Italy

Effects of anaerobically digested manure on soil fertility - establishment of a long-term study.

Organic food and farming Norway
Softpest Multitrap

Management of strawberry blossom weevil and European tarnished plant bug in organic strawberry and raspberry using semiochemical traps.

Organic food and farming Norway, Denmark, UK, Sweden, Latvia, Switzerland

Integrated Water REsources Management: STRIVER efforts to assess the current status and future possibilities in four river basins.

Soil, water and environment

For more information, please contact

For more information, please contact

Stig Borgvang

Head of Project developments at Plant Health, and Co-ordinator of Bioforsk's EC related activities