Welcome to the European BIodiversity Orchards - Network

Biodiversity in the European agricultural landscape is decreasing due to extensive land use, fragmentation, monocultures and species loss. Orchards are landscape-dominating perennial agroecosystems and their management impacts species abundance and diversity at large spatial scale. Thus fruit-growers can actively influence the level of European Biodiversity by their cultural practices. But they can also profit from the Ecosystem Services provided by elements of the so-called Functional Agrobiodiversity (FAB) which can be actively created by orchard management.

The EBIO-Network has been established as a tool for connecting European fruit growers with stakeholders from research, advisory services and organizations in order to share experiences, new knowledge, achievements, hurdles and solutions for FAB establishment in European orchards.

This Platform was created by


A project run by CORE Organic Plus:



What's new

„EcoOrchard" at exhibitions!!!

Biobeurs, Zwolle, NL: 17th of January, presentation by Annette Herz, 17:45-18:45

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Biofach, Nuremberg, D: 14.-17. January, exhibition stand JKI, Halle 9/8-351

New Handbook for Monitoring of functional biodiversity in orchards abailable

Flowers into the orchard - how to do

Workshop for growers at INRA-Avignon on November 22nd 2017.

For more info, please contact ebionetwork@julius-kuehn.de