The HuMUS Project opened a call for proposals to support constructive spaces of collective dialogue on soil health.


HuMUS Project is looking for local and regional initiatives improving soil health by creating context-specific soil solutions using participatory methods and tools.

HuMUS will give out a total of €600,000 to at least 20 pilot projects, funding each successful applicant with a maximum €30,000 subgrant.

The main applicant must be a public entity or entity governed by public law: for example, a municipality, local or regional government representative, public research centre, or public university.

Co-applicants can be farmers, entrepreneurs, SMEs, consumer associations or NGOs, soil experts, researchers and academics, government and public officials, and citizens.

Find the full call text on the HuMUS Project website: Frequently asked questions:

Deadline 29 February, 2024.