AIMA members have accepted India as the venue for the next AIMA Congress in 2023 (autumn or winter, date to be determined). Listen to Surajit Sarkar’s invitation here. Organizers: Surajit Sarkar, Nerupama Modwel and Vijay Aditya. Host: Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, India, in the Himalaya foothills. Inside the Crops Research… Continue reading 2023 AIMA Invited to India
le français suit First content from AIMA 2021 Congress goes live Dear AIMA members, we are delighted to share with you the keynote presentations from this year’s International Association of Agricultural Museums Congress, AIMA 2021. These three presentations cover different aspects of the diverse work of our agricultural museums community. We will be sharing further… Continue reading AIMA 2021 Keynote Addresses
Website: https://cagnet.be/ The Agricultural History Center (CAG) preserves, studies, and makes accessible the history and heritage of agriculture, food and rural life in Flanders and Brussels since 1750.
Website: https://www.tgrom.be The Museum of the Vegetable Region maintains a two-hectare open-air museum that engages guests in historic and contemporary vegetable cultivation.
Website: www.malagne.be A protected archaeological site dedicated to experiential research in the Gallo-Roman era.
Website: http://www.maaelumuuseumid.ee/en This foundation supports three institutions including the Estonian Agricultural Museum, the Farm Museum of C. R. Jakobson, and Tori Stud Farm
Website: http://www.lecompa.fr/ The largest museum in France dedicated to agriculture.
Website: https://miltonkeynesmuseum.org.uk/about-us/ The Milton Keynes Museum is local history museum document rural and industrial life on and around Stacey Hill Farm outside Milton Keynes, England.
Website: https://www.kpm.si/en/ The central museum institution in Koroška, Slovenia, carrying out the public service of protecting movable cultural heritage in the twelve municipalities of Koroška, and also cooperating with Slovenes in Austrian Carinthia through special programmes.
Website: https://www.histoirerurale.ch/afaahr/index.php/english/about-us/170-the-archives-of-rural-history This independent institute, founded in 2002, is the first “virtual” archives in Switzerland focused on collecting and disseminating historical research on rural society.