In this project we want to tackle the challenge of going from a linear economy to a circular bioeconomy, more specifically the challenge of teaching and spreading circular agriculture practices that have a considerably less environmental impact than conventional agriculture. The project will connect regional authorities with research institutions and agricultural schools to bridge the gap between researchers and practitioners. The regional authorities Viken [NOR] and Västra Götaland (VGR) [SWE] have developed policies and set ambitious environmental goals. Both regions have set a goal of becoming frontrunners in developing fossil-free regions based on circular principles and environmentally friendly resource management. One important barrier to reach this goal is lack of information and experience. Through trans-national cooperation and sharing experiences between regions that have specialized in different solutions, we will: 1) Identify, evaluate and design pilots for emerging and commercially available technologies and practices that drive circular bioeconomy. 2) Enable agricultural schools to disseminate knowledge about environmentally friendly practices to students and farmers by developing teaching materials. 3) Build an international group of peers that collaborate to reach a relevant audience such as farmers, farmer associations, advisers and politicians with information about new circular agricultural practices.