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Sarajevo, March 21, 2024.

Little school "Fire is no joke" on the symposium in Sarajevo

The Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Faculty of Forestry of the University of Sarajevo organized the symposium "Protection of forests - stability of forest ecosystems" on March 21, 2024, on World Forest Day. Scientists and experts from a number of countries participated in the symposium.


Zagreb, November 16–17, 2023

Challenges in Meteorology 9 (MI9)

The importance of agrometeorology in supporting the agricultural sector

The Croatian Meteorological Society (HMD) has been organizing the Challenges in Meteorology, a scientific conference with international participation, every year and a half since 2010. The meteorological topics of the meeting are always connected with some current issue in the economy. Thus, in 2023, the theme The importance of agrometeorology in supporting the agricultural sector was chosen, so the conference was co-organized by the Croatian Agrometeorological Society (HAgMD) in addition to the Department of Geophysics of the Faculty of Science (GFO PMF), the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service (DHMZ) and the Croatia Control (HKZP). The general patrons were the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Science and Education, and the patron was the City of Zagreb. Altium International d.o.o. was the sponsor, and the conference was supported by the European Meteorological Society (EMS).


Zagreb, May 5, 2023.

Little school "Fire is no joke" held as part of Day and Night at PMF

Every year, the Faculty of Science of the University of Zagreb holds the event Day and Night at PMF, which aims to popularize science and attract new students. The geophysics department participates in numerous lectures and workshops intended for children of all ages, with which they draw attention to climate change, weather forecasting, and their importance for everyday life. As one of this year's workshops on the "Geofizika uživo" program, our Little School "Fire is no joke" was included.


Karlovac, March 23, 2023

Fire is no joke in Primary School Rečica

On the occasion of the World Meteorological Day on March 23, 2023, at the Rečica Primary School from Karlovac on March 21, 2023 Little School of fire was held. The workshop was attended by 34 students from first to fourth grade.


Rijeka, December 2, 2022

Fire is no joke in Rijeka again

The short-animated film of the Croatian Agrometeorological Society entitled "Fire is not a joke" was shown again in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County on 02.12.2022. at the Pećine Elementary School in Rijeka.


Rab, December 2, 2022

Fire is no joke at the kindergarten in Rab

On the morning of December 2, 2022, we were greeted by 40 preschoolers in the hall of Pahuljica Kindergarten in Rab. They woke up quickly and we started a conversation with them about the weather and meteorologists. They were not quite sure what the meteorologists were doing, so they came up with various answers. One boy gave the most interesting answer that meteorologists are looking for dinosaurs underground.


Rab, December 1, 2022

Fire is no joke at the elementary school in Rab

Two Little Schools "Fire is no joke" were held for 132 lower grade students in the morning and afternoon shifts of the Ivan Rabljanin Elementary School in Rab on December 1, 2022. Students from both groups were very interested in answering questions. When they were asked, which subjects they had to study well to become meteorologists, among other things, a few of them fired religious education.


Rab, November 30, 2022

Zagreb, October 27, 2021

Hvar, August 19, 2021

Križevci, March 18, 2021

Promotion of the book Plants that Tell the Weather

There have already been four promotions of the first published book of the Croatian Agrometeorological Society, Plants that Tell the Weather by meteorologist Marko Vučetić. The first promotion was held in Križevci, the cradle of modern Croatian agrometeorology, on March 18, 2021, organized by their Branch of Matica hrvatska and the Križevci College of Agriculture. Those present were greeted by the president of the Branch, Renata Husinec and the dean, Dr. Marijana Ivanek-Martinčić. The book's editor, Dr. Višnjica Vučetić and author spoke about the book, and selected excerpts were read by Martina Valec Rebić and Danijela Zagorec.


Metković, November 3, 2022

Symposium "Neretva Delta - climate change, current achievements and future challenges"

The Symposium was held within the Interreg Italy - Croatia program: Saltwater intrusion and climate change: monitoring, countermeasures and informed governance, SeCure. The organizer of the Symposium was the Public Institution for the Management of Protected Nature Areas of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Welcoming speeches were given by the Director of the Public Institution, Marijana Miljas Đuračić, the mayor of Metković, Dalibor Milan, and the prefect of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Nikola Dobroslavić.


Hvar, October 26, 2022

Fire is no joke in Hvar again

Students of the III a and III b grades of the Hvar Elementary School visited the Main Meteorological Station Hvar where they were warmly welcomed by the observer Luka Vučetić. A surprise awaited them.


Hvar, October 19, 2022

Split students in Hvar

After several attempts to reach an agreement with Assoc. Prof. Jadranka Šepić, students from the Environmental Physics at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Science, University of Split, visited the Main Meteorological Station of Hvar (GMP Hvar) of the Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service (DHMZ) and the Hvar Observatory of the Geodetic Faculty, University of Zagreb, on October 19, 2022. The head of the station Marijo Bratanić and the observer Luka Vučetić welcomed them to GMP Hvar and introduced them in detail to the operation of the station. The meteorological station is located in the remains of the bell tower of the former Veneranda monastery from the 16th century and was founded by Grgur Bučić on March 1, 1858. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) included GMP Hvar in the list of world centennial stations in 2018.


Vodice, June 22, 2022

58th Croatian and 17th International Symposium of Agronomists

From June 19 to 24, 2022, the 58th Croatian and 17th International Symposium of Agronomists was held in Vodice, organized by the Faculty of Agrobiotechnical Sciences of the Josip Juraj Strossmayer University in Osijek. The Climate and Agriculture section was held for the first time at the Symposium, and Prof. Danijel Jug gave an overview of the topics of the presentations and posters of the section in his opening speech. 11 lectures were held and seven posters were exhibited. Dr. Višnja Vučetić presented on behalf of the Croatian Agrometeorological Society on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of its foundation about agro and silvometeorological research in the service of users.


Vrhovac near Ozalj, June 4, 2022

Days of open associations
At the invitation of the Voluntary Firefighting Society Vrhovac, the President of the Society, Prof. Ph.D. D. Barčić participated in the Days of Open Associations in Vrhovac. Presenting the animated film "Fire is not a joke" children of school and preschool age were also given a children's comic book. It was also an opportunity to present 10 years of work and activities of the Croatian Agrometeorological Society.


Split, April 12, 2022

Agrometeorological seminar at the University of Split

At the invitation of Assoc. Prof. Jadranka Šepić, Dr. Višnja Vučetić held a lecture to students and professors entitled "Climate change, agriculture and forest fires in the Adriatic" as part of the Environmental Physics Seminar of the Physics Department of the Faculty of Science, University of Split on April 12, 2022. Students and professors from the University of Rijeka and Zagreb joined online.


Čabar, June 1, 2021.

Fire is no joke in Čabar

A real small tour with the Little school took place at the beginning of June in the Čabar area. The screening of the animated film "Fire is no joke" took place in the Elementary school Petar Zrinski in Čabar and in four other regional schools: Plešce, Prezid, Tršće and Gerovo.


Cres and Mali Lošinj, May 28, 2021

Island tour „Fire is no joke“

The short-feature animated film by the Croatian Agro-Meteorological Society under the title "Fire is no joke" is shown in Highland-Littoral County again in the Frane Petrić and Mario Martinolić elementary schools at Cres and Mali Lošinj.


Skrad, May 24, 2021

Fire is no joke in Skrad

The opportunity to watch the animated film "Fire is no joke" was given to the students of the lower grades of the Elementary School at Skrad, about thirty of them.


Bakar, November 17, 2019

Fire is no joke in Bakar

The short animated film by the Croatian Agrometeorological Society, entitled "Fire is not a joke", was also shown at the Bakar Primary School on November 17, 2019. The workshop was attended by about thirty students who actively participated in the discussion. Since the forest fire broke out in the nearby Sušačka Draga in April of the same year, which many students remember, it turned out again that the workshop has practical and educational applications for students in the coastal region.


Delnice i Fužine, November 8, 2019.

Fire is no joke in Gorski kotar

The Croatian Agrometeorological Society short-feature animated film was presented in two elemetary schools of Croatian highland county on November 8, 2019. Projection and workshop was followed by aproximately hundred students of Ivan Goran Kovačić elementary school in Delnice and 30 students of Ivanka Trohar elementary school in Fužine. The workshop is particularly important to gain the awarenes among students regarding the environmental protection and forest fires protection in this forest area.


Labin, Octobre 17, 2019 and Rovinj, Octobre 18, 2019

Fire is no joke in Istria

In two days we held eight Little schools "Fire is no joke" in Labin and Rovinj and included about 100 kindergartens in the Kindergarten Neven - PO Valbruna in Rovinj and about 170 students from the elementary schools Iva Lola Ribar in Labin and Vladimir Nazor and Juraj Dobrila in Rovinj.


Punat, July 4, 2019

Punat's preschoolers know everything about fire

Although they have encountered more fires in Marina, Punat's little ones know very well what the wildfire is and how dangerous it can be. Some say they have already encountered with fire while camping. Numerous fathers and uncles have firefighting experience and are passing their knowledge on to the youngest.


Karlovac, May 29, 2019

The fire is no joke in Karlovac

Not even rainy day could have hindered the marking of Agrometeorology Day in Karlovac kindergarten Turanj and Elementary School Turanj. About one hundred children watched an animated movie The Fire is no joke within the Little School of Fire. Children of age 6 and 7 were thrilled with animated film because they have been familiar with the characters Matko, Sunčica and Vedran from the comic Fire is no joke.


Karlovac, March 12, 2019

Sixth agrometeorological workshop Agrometeorology at the service to the users „Climate changes and agriculture“

The influence of extreme weather on human life in recent years can be read almost daily from newspaper columns. The frequent change of cold and hot air penetration, dry and rainy periods leaves profound consequences on sustainable agriculture, which is consequently reflected on the quality of food we use every day. The interconnectedness of science with economic branches can no longer be avoided in adapting to climate change.


Krk, December 14, 2018

Stormily in Krk

The short-feature animated film by the Croatian Agro-Meteorological Society "Fire is no joke", was presented in the great hall of Fran Krsto Frankopan Primary School located in old center of Krk city on December 14th, 2018.


Krk, November 16, 2018

Meteorologist travel trought time and change the future

Great engagement of educator Mrs Melita Morić and CEO from Kindergarten Katarina Frankopan in Krk help us to hold a project Little School on November 16, 2018. An animated film „Fire is no joke“ was presented to two groups of preschool age children.


Dubrovnik, November 5 and 6, 2018

And little children know that fire is no joke!

As part of the project “Agrometeorological Mosaic for Youths” in Dubrovnik, on November 5 and 6, 2018, four workshops were held, presenting a short animated film "Fire is no joke". About 65 children from several groups aged from 4 to 7 attended two workshops in the Palčica kindergarten and 115 children in the Ciciban kindergarten.


Stari Grad and Jelsa, August 20, 2018

Little School again on the island of Hvar

The island of Hvar we visited again in August 2018 when we held the Little School "Fire is no Joke“ for the youngest children in the Kindergarten of Sardelica in Stari Grad and preschoolers in the Kindergarten of Jelsa.


Hvar, May 8, 2018 and Stari Grad May 10, 2018

Island Little School

After the winter visit to the island of Hvar, in May 2018, we had two more Little Schools "Fire is no joke" in the Hvar Elementary School and Petar Hektorović Elementary School in Stari Grad.


Zagreb, April 19, 2018

How did the children experience a fire?

Fifth grade students, 35 of them, from Elementary School of August Cesarec in Zagreb, together with their professors of art and geography, have been ready to welcome me to keep the Little School "Fire is no joke". They warned me that they are a little alive and temperamental disciples, but I can say about them only praise. They answered very polite on the questions, and they fascinated me with their knowledge of meteorology. They answered the question correctly: "What are the climate and the weather?" Unlike adults who often mix these terms. In the animated film "The fire is no joke," they liked the most that children together reforested after the fire. But they were surprised with the rise in global temperature on Earth from year to year which increases the risk of forest fires. How lecture of forest fires impressed them? Their art works in collage are best expression, and selected pictures are in the gallery.


Zagreb, April 10, 2018

Are children more responsible than us?

Encouraged by the great interest of the teacher for better acquaintance with children with meteorological profession, we decided to hold a Little School in Primary School of Izidor Kršnjavi in Zagreb. Prior to the presentation of the film "Fire is no joke", students of three second classes were briefly acquainted with meteorologists and meteorology in general.


Karlovac, March 13, 2018

Presentation in Karlovac: Agrometeorological information

At the invitation of the Association of Ecological Producers of the Karlovac County EKOP, in Karlovac, on March 13, 2018, in the hall of city district Turanj, Petra Sviličić mag.phys.-geophys. from the HAgMD held the lecture for about twenty members of the association on a theme Agrometeorological information.


Požega, March 12, 2018

Bingo in Požega

On St. Gregory’s day, March 12, 2018, to commemorate the 330th anniversary of the victory over the Turks, the city of Požega met us in the festive attire. In the Elementary school of Julius Kempf we were welcomed by the kindly Director of Kornelija Sabljak. Everything was impeccably prepared for two Little School "Fire is no joke" for lower grade students. In the first younger group there were 72 students and in the older 53 students. The lectures were attended by teachers and members of the Croatian Agrometeorological Society an agronomist Darko Šajnović from Požega and a meteorologist Marko Vučetić.


Bjelovar, March 5, 2018

Fifth agrometeorological workshop Agrometeorology at the service of the users "Agriculture and vegetation protection against fires under the impact of extreme meteorological events"

In the 21st century 16 years were warm, even 8 years extremely warm, only 2005 was average but not cold year. The last extreme cold year was in Croatia in 1940. This causes a faster and more frequent change of extreme weather conditions - very hot and dry periods contribute to reducing the yield of agricultural crops and the occurrence of large wildfires. On the other hand, extreme cold or frost causes large losses in orchards and vineyards and abundant rain of catastrophic floods. These are all the consequences of climate change and global warming, which is so much to talk about. But the public is still unconvincing about all the warnings that scientists give, even though they feel consequences caused by climate change.


Hvar i Jelsa, February 1, 2018

Missing the sound of crickets

After a very successful Little School "Fire is no joke" in Kindergarten of Vanđela Božitković at Hvar last summer, Director Sanja Čurin asked us to repeat lecture for children who did not have the opportunity to listen. But because we are already coming to the island of Hvar, we have arranged a Little School with the director Tanja Čurin at the Elementary School at Jelsa.


Zagreb, December 15, 2017

Dandelion and Sunflower groups discussed about wildfires

A random encounter in the Zagreb's funicular with educators and children from Tatjana Marinić's Kidergarten from Upper Town led by an agreement on the maintenance of the Little School "Fire is no joke". Twenty children from the Dandelion and Sunflower groups gathered. These last learn German, and the title of the animated film was immediately translated to German - Das Feuer ist-kein Witz.


Mokošica, May 26, 2017 and Dubrovnik, December 14, 2017

Little school at the Dubrovnik's kindergartens

Within the framework of the project Little School “Fire is no joke", four educational lectures were held in Dubrovnik's kindergartens, which included around 150 children. On May 26, 2017, in the kindergarten Mokošica in the same settlement in Dubrovnik, the lecture was held by Ivan Čavlina Tomašević, a member of HAgMD. An animated film "Fire is no joke" was presented to fifty children of preschool age. The children were delighted with dormouse Matko and the firefighters. One boy from the group was particularly proud to point out his toy - fire truck that his grandfather gave him. Men in his family are traditionally firefighters, so he wants to become a firefighter too. After watching the film, a couple of other boys also joined his idea.


Rijeka, November 22 and 28, 2017

Do not play with flame and smoke, fire is no joke

The short-feature animated film by the Croatian Agrometeorological Society under the title: "Fire is no joke", is shown in Highland-Littoral County again. On November 22, 2017, at 9 o'clock in the Nikola Tesla Elementary School in the center of Rijeka, 62 pupils of second classes met with two teachers and four students in practice to watch the film and participate in an interactive presentation.


Zagreb, November 9, 2017

"Fire is no joke" presented at the Scientific Quarter of INTERLIBER

As scientists we started to create an educational animated film, then a children's comic about forest fires. We sought the help of the artist's external associates. We tried to link scientific and artistic thoughts, and normally, we often reproached and sought common points in different things. Linking science, where everything needs to be exact and with evidence, and art, that has unlimited freedom, looks like an impossible mission. But in the end we succeeded. Animated film is the backbone of the Little School "Fire is no joke", as well as children's comic with the same name. Those two are durable, educational material that we share with children. Their best promotion was at this year's biggest book event in Zagreb, INTERLIBER.


Čučerje, October 13, 2017

The enthusiasm in Čučerje with animated film "Fire is no joke"

The idea of organization of the Little School "Fire is no joke" for students of the Čučerje Elementary School in Zagreb came up on Hvar beach during the summer heat, when terrible fires harboured Dalmatia. Maintenance of two Little Schools for II and VIII classes in Čučerje came from a random conversation about the animated film "Fire is no joke" with a professor of fine arts education, who is a class teacher in VIII class in that school.


Hvar, February 27, 2017 and August 1, 2017

Why did not you tell me this before?

In agreement with the teacher, Ivana Visković, an hour of meteorology was organized in her class of the 2nd grade Elementary school of Hvar. Through changes in the weather during the year, students have shown which tools (instruments) are used by meteorologists in order to measure and record the changes.


Đurđevac, Podravske Sesvete, Novigrad Podravski, Gudovac, Pregrada, Jastrebarsko, Zagreb, Knin and Ston, May 29, 2017

Day of Agrometeorology

For better promotion of agrometeorology and activation of our membership, at the 9th general assemble we decided to declare the Day of Agrometeorology and chose the 29th May. Perhaps nothing important happened in agrometeorology on this date, but it was convenient for us to keep the Little School "Fire is no joke" in different parts of Croatia. However, we later found out that on May 29, 1953, man first won the highest peak in the world. There are some symbols as well. Our Society is slightly developing and climbing, and will reach the top one day.


Babino Polje, May 12, 2017.
Little School "Fire is no joke" held on the island of Mljet

Within the framework of the Little School "Fire is no joke", the homonymous animated short film was shown to the 50 pupils from the first to the fourth grade of the Babino Polje Primary School on the island of Mljet and to the children of kindergarten on May 12, 2017. Marijana Miljas Đuračić from the Public Institution for the Management of Protected Areas of Nature of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, and also a member of HAgMD, led the Little School with the help of the Public Fire Brigade Mljet.


Zagreb, April 5, 2017
Premiere of animated film "Fire is no joke" and Round Table "Extreme weather conditions, agriculture and wildfires"

After the premiere of the animated film "Fire is no joke" on the Lokrum Island, on 29 September 29, 2016, the premiere of the animated film was held in Zagreb on April 5, 2017 in the Journalist's home in cooperation with the Ecology and Agro Journalists of the Croatian Journalists' Association. The Round Table "Extreme weather conditions, agriculture and wildfires" was held for around 50 guests and journalists.


Koprivnica, March 31, 2017

Presentation of an agrometeorologist for the Fire Brigade of Koprivnica

In the afternoon of March 31, 2017, the lecture was continued for firefighters of the Koprivnica-Križevci County in Koprivnica as part of the project “Agrometeorology in the service to the users”. The topic was "The impact of climate change on potential risk of wildfires and weather situations during the large fires".


Koprivnica, March 31, 2017

Little school „Fire is no joke“ in Koprivnica schools

On Friday March 31, 2017, the Croatian Agrometeorological Society organized the Little School "Fire is no joke" at the Elementary School "Đuro Ester" and seminar “The impact of climate change on agricultural production and potential wildfire risk” at High School in Koprivnica. The lectures were held by Dr Višnja Vučetić, president of the HAgMD.


Konavle, February 17, 2017 and Cavtat, March 10, 2017
Animated film "Fire is no joke" in Konavle

The animated film "Fire is no joke" as part of the Little School of the same name was shown to the pupils from the first to fourth grade in Elementary School of Cavtat, the Branch Schools of Čilipi and Močići and children in Kindergartens of Konavle in Čilipi on February 17, 2017 and in Cavtat on March 10, 2017. Stjepan Simović, the commander of the Fire Brigade of Dubrovnik-Neretva County, helped to organize the Little School.


Rijeka, November 10, 2016
Little School “The fire is no joke”

In the frame of Little school a short animated film by Croatian agrometeorological society under the heading: "The fire is no joke" was presented to the second grade students of Elementary School Vladimir Gortan in Rijeka.The goal of this educational "cartoon" was of course, to awake awareness of forest fires danger among children in a fun manner.


Rijeka, October 16, 2016
Convention of Fantasy: Children Programme “The fire is no joke”

Croatian agrometeorological society held the Little School as a part of Children's program within the Convention of Fantasy RIKON in Rijeka where was presented a short animated film entitled: "The fire is no joke."


Dubrovnik, September 30 and October 28, 2016.
Little School on Forest Fires

After successful premiere of the "The fire is no joke" cartoon, members of Croatian Agrometeorological Society held ten lectures in the five primary schools and two district schools in the Dubrovnik area at September 30, 2016 as part of the Little School on Forest Fires. About 850 students from first to fourth grade participated.


Dubrovnik, January 22, 2016
Agrometeorological seminar "Protect our forests against fire"

Fruitful cooperation between the City of Dubrovnik and Croatian Agrometeorological Society is continued in 2016. The City of Dubrovnik has financially supported the implementation of programme Agrometeorology in the service to the users: "Protect our forests against fire" for young people. After a very successful autumn agrometeorological seminar organized for students of the Dubrovnik High Schools and students of the University of Dubrovnik, we have organized a seminar for the pupils of higher grades of Elementary School Ivan Gundulić in Dubrovnik on January 22, 2016. Attendance was excellent. About one hundred pupils have participated and we are especially grateful to the principal and to professors who supported us. The information about seminar can be found on the website of the host school.


Dubrovnik, January 21st and January 22nd, 2016
Agrometeorological seminar "Protect forests, our natural treasure, against fire"

Dubrovnik-Neretva County has recognized the quality of the Croatian Agrometeorological Society in recent years. They have financially supported agrometeorological workshops for farmers, agronomists, firefighters, foresters, nature and environment protectors and environmental journalists and policy makers during 2014 and 2015 in Dubrovnik and Opuzen.


Zagreb, December 4, 2015
Round table "Climate, soil, water and agriculture"

Croatian agrometeorology stepped in academic circles

In the atmosphere of negotiations in Paris on an ambitious global reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, on December 4, 2015 in the Library of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (HAZU) an important round table entitled "Climate, soil, water and agriculture" for the Croatian science was held. The initiator of the round table was the Croatian Agrometeorological Society (HAgMD) whose initiative was supported by the Scientific Council for Environmental Protection of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and thus the Croatian agrometeorological research for the first time entered the academic circles.


Dubrovnik, November 20, 2015
Agrometeorological Seminar "Protecting our forests against fire"

More and more we are witnessing a catastrophic fire in the open air that destroy our forests, agricultural land, olive groves and vineyards, threatening biodiversity and distort the landscape, and often endanger settlements and people's lives. All this may adversely affect the development of our economy, especially tourism. System implementation of preventive measures to protect forests from fire is interdisciplinary and requires a high level of expertise and the application of all previous knowledge. However, this knowledge cannot remain in narrow professional and scientific circles. Therefore it is necessary to reach out to the public, especially to young people who are more inclined to accept new ideas and implement them.


Jastrebarsko, March 23, 2015
Agrometeorology for the youth: “The Agrometeorological Mosaic” at the Cultural Centre of Jastrebarsko

On the occasion of World Water Day, which is originally celebrated on March 22, at the Cultural Centre of Jastrebarsko on March 23, 2015 an invited lecture by Water Jastrebarsko was held on the topic Where does drinking water come from on the Earth, and how it returns from the atmosphere back to the ground with the help of hydrometeorological phenomena. The lecture, which was held by Petra Sviličić from the Meteorological and Hydrological Service and HAgMD, was attended by approximately 70 pupils of the Jastrebarsko High School.


Samobor, March 19, 2015
Agrometeorology for the youth: The Agrometeorological Mosaic” at the Samobor City Library

The World Meteorological Day was celebrated in the Samobor City Library on March 19, 2015 at the Department of Children and Youth. On this occasion, on behalf of the Meteorological and Hydrological Service, meteorologists Petra Sviličić and Ivana Tomašević from the Department of Agrometeorology, and also members of HAgMD, were guest lecturers. Interactive lectures under the joint name "Agrometeorological Mosaic" were held for about sixty pupils of sixth and eighth grades of Elementary School Samobor.


Opuzen, March 6, 2015
The fourth agrometeorological workshop Agrometeorology in the service to the users: "Environmental protection, wildfires and agriculture"

On Friday, March 6, 2015, in the hall of the Hotel Merlot Opuzen, the fourth agrometeorological workshop entitled "Environmental protection, vegetation fires and agriculture" was held within the program "Agrometeorology in the service to the users" of Croatian Agrometeorological Society. The Dubrovnik-Neretva County, in the framework of the EU IPA Adriatic project HOLISTIC, participated in the organization of the workshop as an equal partner to the HAgMD.


Osijek, December 5, 2014
Roving Seminar "Weather, Climate and Farmers"
A strategic issue of each country nowadays is how to provide enough quality food to feed its population. With regard to climate change, more frequent extreme weather and climate disasters, and natural hazards, our areas belong to endangered areas, especially coastal and eastern Croatia. Hence, it is necessary to make strategic plans to mitigate their consequences in agriculture. 


Popovača, May 21, 2014
Agrometeorology for the youth: „The Agrometeorological Mosaic” at the Elementary School Popovača

Within the project Agrometeorology for the youth: “The Agrometeorological Mosaic”, members of the HAgMD, Ivana Tomašević and Petra Sviličić have held lectures on May 21, 2014 for about 40 pupils of Elementary School Popovača. The goal of the project is to popularize and promote agrometeorology among children of preschool and school-age, with the aim of spreading knowledge about the concept and importance of agrometeorology and to apply knowledge to their environment, habits and future direction, as well as encouraging the active participation in the protection of nature and harmonious coexistence.


Dubrovnik, March 24, 2014
The third agrometeorological workshop Agrometeorology in the service to the users: "Environmental protection and forest fires"

Within the program "Agrometeorology in the service to the users" of Croatian Agrometeorological Society, on Monday, March 24, 2014., the third agrometeorological workshop, entitled "Environmental protection and forest fires" was held in Dubrovnik.


Dubrovnik, March 22, 2014
The second agrometeorological workshop Agrometeorology in the service to the users: "Environmental protection and agriculture"

Within the program "Agrometeorology at the service to the users" of Croatian Agrometeorological  Society, on Saturday, March 22, 2014., the second agrometeorological  workshop, entitled "Environmental protection and agriculture", was held in Dubrovnik under the sponsorship of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County.


Zagreb, November 14, 2013
The first agrometeorological workshop Agrometeorology in the service to the users: "Climate change and agriculture"

On Thursday, November 14, 2013. , at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce - Chamber of Zagreb, the first agrometeorological workshop, entitled "Agrometeorology in the service to the users: Climate change and agriculture ", was held under the sponsorship of the Ministry of Agriculture.


HAgMD @ 2014.