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OŠ Maria Martinolića

The school will develop a project to explore the sources of local food in the island. Students will collaborate with the local agriculturists and learn about traditional food production and meals.
Societal actors
Civil society, Enterprise, Families, Museum, Public authorities, Research center, School, Science center
Arts, Biology, Chemistry, Citizenship, Earth or Space sciences, Geography, History, Language, Literature, Maths, Physical education, Physics
Societal challenges
Food production, Local food supply
Age Group
11-15, 8-11

This elementary school is situated at the island of Lošinj and it is attended by all the children from the Lošinj archipelago. Main activities in this local community are highly connected with the touristic sector and are relying on the attractive and pristine natural environment.

Since there is lack of the agricultural activities, food resources at the island are very limited and the local community is dependent and oriented towards the consumption of food that comes from the mainland to supermarkets. Therefore, school will develop a project that will encourage the children aged 14-15 to explore the sources of local food at the island, meeting with the local agriculturist and learning about traditional food production and meals.

This project will be conducted during the spring 2021 using SALL methodology approach.


Jelena Basta
National coordinator, Blue World Institute
School website