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What is the CCRES

The Competence Centre for Wild Resources (CCRES)

is the result of the formalisation of a network of partners that was created to guarantee the sharing of knowledge, skills and competencies in order to ensure the growth, innovation, internationalization and competitiveness of Wild Resources, namely the strawberry tree fruit, wild or cultivated mushrooms, prickly pear, dye plants, thistle, caper and fennel, among others.

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Strawberry

Tree Fruit

globose, granular, warty and edible, yellowish in colour and finally reddish when ripe.

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Prickly Pear

In Portugal, it is found all over the country

but especially in the Alentejo and Algarve, being harvested from August to October.

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Mushrooms

Wild and Cultivated

are fructifications of fungi, organisms that are fundamental to forest systems due to the role they play in nutrient and water cycles and in the sustainability of trees.

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Other Resources

Dye plants, thistle, caper and fennel,

among others, are examples of high potential Wild Resources which are currently under exploited.

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Partners CCRES

Meet the founding members of the Competence Centre of Wild Resources.

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Ation Plan

Consult the Action Plan defined by row, in order to fulfill the general and specific objectives of CCRES.

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Constitution Protocol document

CCRES was formally created on November 30, 2016, in Portel (...)

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Research

Agenda

The Wild Resources Research Agenda means to promote the coordination of the activities of the entities of the national scientific system, promoting synergies and adjusting the research activities to the needs of the sector’s economic agents. It reflects the main lines (...)