Poland’s farms are set to receive a total of EUR 34.5 billion under the EU’s common agricultural and cohesion policy, and the National Recovery Plan, the EU Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski has said.
Speaking at the 30th Economic Forum in Karpacz on Thursday, Janusz Wojciechowski said that small and medium-sized farms will be the main beneficiaries of the funds.
He added that farms could benefit from the EU’s Green Deal ecological farming programme. The Green Deal is intended to help increase biodiversity as well as shortening the supply chain of agricultural products under the “Farm to Fork” strategy.
According to Wojciechowski, the European Green Deal project is a great opportunity for family-run farms.