AAF Académie d'agriculture de France
4 B 133
18 rue de Bellechasse
The French Academy of Agriculture, established in 1761 by the King Louis XV, as the “Société d’Agriculture de la Généralité de Paris (Agricultural Society for the Paris region), became “Académie d’Agriculture de France” (French Academy of Agricuture) by a decree issued on February 23 1915.
It is committed to inform the Government and the public opinion of progresses in all aspects of agricultural sciences, being it at national or international levels, as well as to facilitate exchanges between scientists of various disciplines. Its scope encompasses agriculture, livestock raising, fishing, and sea farming, but also food and industrial products, machinery, environment, rural life…as to their scientific, technical, legal, political and social aspects.
The Academy, whose signature is “Agriculture, Alimentation, Environnement”, includes 120 members, 180 corresponding members from France and 60 members and 60 co
Present on the stand : Académie d'Agriculture