The spread of COVID-19 has led to the government declaration of a state of emergency and request to refrain from travelling between urban and rural areas, largely disrupting our daily life across the world. The impact of the pandemic has been found not only in urban areas, but also in rural areas, including on agriculture. However, only large-scale agricultural businesses and farmer cooperatives have so far drawn media attention.
We at FEAST Project have conducted an online survey to grasp and understand the current situation that small-scale farmers, new entry farmers, organic and environment conservation farmers face in Japan and Italy through this survey and share the results with the public. In collaboration with College of Bioresources and Agriculture, National Taiwan University, the survey is now available in Mandarin to better understand the situation in Taiwan.
If you are in farming in Taiwan, please take part! And, if you know farmers and farmer networks in Taiwan, please share this info with them!
The survey takes about 10 to 15 minutes and can be accessed from a mobile phone, tablet and PC. The survey data will only be used for the purpose of research. You can access the survey from the following link and QR code:
Thank you very much in advance!