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					          Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra
                  IMRD CASE STUDY
 „The EU Leader evaluation and self-evaluation techniques”

Water resorces management strategy in rural
            areas development

                  prof. Edward Pierzgalski
             Warsaw University of Life Sciences
     Faculty of Engineering and Environmental Sciences
              Department of Land Improvement

             Scheme of presentation

1. General information about Warsaw Agriculture of
   Life Sciences.

2. Water resources as an important factor of rural
   areas development - various problems.

       Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego - SGGW

Capital city:        Warszawa
Population:          38 million citizens
Area:                312, 685 km2
Official language:   Polish
National flag:       top-white bottom-red
National emblem:     white eagle with a crown on a red setting
Neighbors:           Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania,
Slovakia,                                Russia, Ukraine
POLAND in brief - some historical data
Year 996 Poland accepts Christianity
      1025 Coronation of the fist Polish King – Bolesław Chrobry
      1569 Poland-Lithuania; first Union in Europe
      1772, 1793, 1795 Partition of Poland (between Russia, Austria and Prussia)
      1918 Regaining of independence
SGGW - Warsaw University of Life Sciences
The oldest agricultural higher education institution in Poland
  23 September 1816 – establishment of Institute of Agronomy in Marymont
                   1918 – renamed into Polish Royal Main School of Agriculture
                   1919 - nationalized and named Main School of Agriculture
                           (Warsaw Agricultural University)
                   1945 – First University in Warsaw which revives its activity after
                           II World War

                                    Institute of Agronomy in Marymont
               SGGW- campus today

Historical part of campus with Rectorate situated in XVIIIth century Palace
                      SGGW – campus today
All Faculties and other University Units are situated within one campus:
     47 buildings – 200 000 m2
     1500 classrooms – 40 000 m2
     650 laboratories – 28 000 m2
                            SGGW – campus today

              Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

                                                   Faculties of Forestry and Wood Technologies

Faculties of Human Nutrition and Food Technology
    SGGW – public Higher Education Institution

SGGW offers the following diploma and degrees:
 Bachelor of Sciences BSc.
 Master of Sciences/Art MSc/MA.
 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
 Doctor (PhD)
 Doctor habilitated (Dr hab.)
            SGGW – education

Organization of the university educational system

MSc                               MSc
                             SGGW – education
At present:      1100 of the academic staff: including 250 full professors,
                 28 100 students (including 12000 full time students)
        Number of full time students, PhD
        and other graduate students in the last period


10000              13609

          1996        1998        2000        2002          2004       2009
                     SGGW – education
  Agriculture and Biology - since 1919
  Veterinary Medicine - since 1951
  Forestry - since 1919
  Horticulture and Landscape Architecture - since 1921

  Engineering and Environmental Science - since 1951
  Wood Technology - since 1951
  Animal Sciences - since 1951
  Agricultural Economics - since 1953
  Food Technology - since 1961

  Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences - since 1977
  Production Engineering - since 1977

  Humanities – since 2006
  Computer Science and Econometrics - since 2008
                     SGGW – education
Interfaculty studies:
 Biotechnology - since 1994
 Environmental Protection - since 1994
 Regional Planning - since 1998
 Commodity Science - since 2001
 Tourism and Recreation - since 2003

MBA programs:

The International MBA Program IZMA-ESSEC: Agri-food Business -
since 1994

The International MBA Program: Agribusiness Management - since 1996
                         SGGW – research
Scientific research carried out at SGGW by the 13 Faculties encompass
the wide scientific problems related to areas of:
    Sustainable development of multifunctional rural environment
   Food and HumanNutrition
   Animal Science and Veterinary
    Environmental Science
   Economics and Humanities
   Environmental Protection and Engineering
SGGW -Warsaw Agricultural University
SGGW - Experiment Field Station for Plant Genetics,
Breeding and Biotechnology at Warsaw - Wolica
Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Department of Plant Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology
This object consists of:
•Experimental fields of 8,5 ha
•Experimental Greenhouses
•Laboratory House for chemical analysis (5 laboratories)
•Seeds Storage Room
•Low Temperature Store
•Didactic facilities (seminar room, exercise rooms, lecture room, work rooms)

Extension: Close cooperation with plant breeders,
seed companies, growers and processing companies
SGGW - Equine Clinic at Warsaw – Wolica
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
The Clinic has 3000 m2 surface and consists of:
50 posts for stationary treatment,
2 operation rooms, 4 laboratories
Additional facilities:
running track (for effort tests), menage, stable
pavilion for hypotherapy purposes
Services: 1. Hospital treatment of the horses from the whole Poland
              2. Hippotherapy-handicapped children treatment
Horticultural Experiment Field Station
at Warsaw – Wilanów
Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
The field covers a total area of 36 ha in that in management inside:
•Department of Pomology and Basic Natural Sciences in Horticulture            - 23,5 ha
•Department of Vegetable and Medicinal Plants                                 - 6 ha
•Department of Ornamental Plants                                                        - 2 ha.
4 Cold storage rooms with 50 t storage capacity each
4 small chambers of 6 t each
2 chambers with 15 small KA boxes 1m3 : different gas rations and different temperatures
Other facilities for specific problems.

Extension: close cooperation with fruit growers and processing companies
       SGGW - Experiment Forestry Station in Rogów
Faculty of Forestry
Established in 1972,
Land use:Forests – 3482 ha, Fields - 85 ha, Arboretum – 56 ha, Ponds - 7 ha, Others – 61 ha, Total - 3691 ha
Production: wood 10000 per year: timber -3250 m3, palpwood – 3000 m3, fuel wood 1700 m3, seedlings
1.The Arboretum
   established in 1925; Covers 54 ha
   three parts from the very beginning build
   for research-educational purposes:
      •the dendrological collection (22 ha),
      •forest experiment plots (18 ha),
      •alpine garden (1,5 ha)
2. The Forest
3. The Nursery
4. The Game Breeding Centre

2 cold storage plant 100 m2 each – T -1ºC
1 cold storage plant 50 m2 – T -5ºC
Green house 270 m2
12 foil tunnels 180 m2 each
Watering system
     SGGW - Experiment Forestry Station in Rogów
The Centre for Nature-Forest Education
Training facilities:
          Auditory for 210 persons
          2 seminar room for 30 persons each
          Seminar room for 16 persons
          3 conference rooms for 60 persons each
Accommodation facilities:
          Student’s canteen for 120 person
          Dormitory for 170 persons
          Hunter’s house for 7 persons
  SGGW - Agricultural Experiment Station in Żelazna
Faculty of Agriculture and Biology
Agricultural Experiment Station in Żelazna is situated 90 km south from Warsaw
Production: Potatoes for chips, carrot, been, corn, grain
Mainly potatoes and vegetables - 70% of total crop
Land use:                      Facilities:
Fields – 325 ha                Dormitory for 13 persons
Ponds – 13 ha                  Conference room for 60 persons
Meadows – 12 ha                Canteen for 60 persons
Forests – 18 ha 2              Guest’s rooms for 2 persons each
Others – 18 ha
Infrastructure:                              Animal breeding
Potato storage magazine for 3500 t 3 herds of old Polish breed of sheep
Carrot storage magazine for 700 t  Fish production in pounds
Cool storage plant for 100 t
Green house 520 m2

Extension activities connected with carrot and potatoes production: Open Days
  SGGW - Agricultural Experiment Station Wilanów-Obory
Agricultural Experiment Station Wilanów-Obory
is situated 5 km from the campus of Warsaw Agricultural University
Production:                                                              Land use:
Rape– 110 ha                                                              Fields – 758 ha
Wheat – 250ha                                                             Ponds – 22 ha
Potatoes – 140 ha                                                         Meadows – 93 ha
Others corn, meadows, vegetables, cattle, chicken, pigs       Forests –143 ha
Orchards – 20 ha                                              Total area 1036 ha
Infrastructure:                                 Animal breeding:
Cow – house for 180 cows                        Cattle - 180 cows
Veterinary clinic
Pigsty under construction                       Facilities:
Chicken house under construction Dormitory
Equipment:                                      Planned Investments:
Combine harvester for grain                     Cllas Pig house
Combine harvesters for grass                    Chicken house
Line for potatoes production and storage        Management of ponds 11 ha each (fish production)
Field watering system
 SGGW- Agricultural Experiment Station in Skierniewice
Faculty of Agriculture and Biology
Agricultural Experiment Station in Skierniewice is situated 70 km south from Warsaw
Facilities:                              Land use: Fields – 59 ha
Guest rooms for 30 persons
Kitchen,2 Seminar rooms                  Equipment
Vegetation hall for 1000 pots            2 Combine harvester for grain
Weather station                          Tillage sets
Vegetable Institute,Warsaw University of Technology,Biotechnology Institute

Planned investment and direction of research: Organic farm and organic food

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