The HuMUS Project aims to facilitate the implementation of the European Union Soil Mission at regional and local levels in Europe. This will be achieved by creating collaborative spaces for constructive dialogue on soil health and quality threats. The project emphasizes participatory governance methods and tools for the governance of soil quality and health in the involved territories.
Winners will receive a maximum grant of €30,000. In addition to funding, technical support is provided by the HuMUS consortium, including optional participation in a Soil Stewards training program. Winners are expected to contribute to the consortium’s evaluation activities.
The HuMUS Call for Pilot Proposals has a budget of €600,000 and expires on February 29, 2024, at 5 pm CET. The electronic submission system on the ANCI Toscana / GoodgrantsTM platform is the only valid means for proposal submission.
For more details, visit the HuMUS website.