Besides workshops and other plenary sessions, the European Congress of Land Stewardship will offer the participants the opportunity to engage in many parallel activities. In a dedicated space called “Land Stewardship film exhibition” you can watch films, documentaries and short promotional videos related to the environment, nature conservation and land stewardship. If you want to see the products of the lands with land stewardship agreements, you can go to the “Land Stewardship market” where you will learn how the stewardship supports local products and encourages good land management practices. If your main goal is to meet new people interested in land stewardship and “make networking”, the Congress will have a dedicated specific space called “Land Stewardship Stoa” to share ideas and knowledge, present projects and new initiatives and to facilitate and promote networking between the organisations and persons taking part in the Congress. Let's play the Stewardship! “Land Stewardship comes into play” is a role game which aims to raise awareness on land stewardship and on the decisive role stakeholders play in the delivery of nature conservation and the responsible management of natural resources. Do you want to know which are the best examples of Land Stewardship in Europe? The Congress will set up a permanent “Poster exhibition” in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and explain in a smart way the objectives, milestones and results of your projects. Moreover, another permanent exhibition, called “Connect with nature” will show the best 30 pictures of the campaign organized within the framework of the first European LandLife Week: the pictures were selected by a panel of judges from among the more than 250 pictures received during the contest. And, if this isn’t enough, the Congress will have a session called “Meet and Tell”, where participants can meet representatives of public institutions, agencies and experts to exchange information related to relevant policies for land stewardship, funding opportunities and lessons learned from practice.