On the 8th of September, Lisode organized a test session of their Role Playing Game on soil conservation agriculture with local stakeholders at the Durance Valley, France. The Role Playing Game has commenced its testing phase this February with groups of professional agricultural organizations, researchers and water managers. 

The participatory process is crucial within the MAGO project, as it is at the heart of its co-creation mechanism. Within this framework, Lisode’s Role Playing Game aims to shed light on the link between agricultural practices, the environment and the productivity of a farm. It strives to support farmers at different stages of transition to more resilient methods, by identifying levers to facilitate and accompany this transition, as well as test and discuss transition strategies.