On the 21st October 2015 Aneta joined Green Learning Network Consortium for a three day project meeting in Vienna, Austria . The meeting was opened by Karl Lehner, head of BMBF IT Department for educational purposes and attended by the project officer from the Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture (EACEA). The meeting was a great opportunity for the Consortium to talk through all recent developments and discuss next steps necessary for the GLN network expansion. New tools and online resources have been presented and several new communities such as Agrofe declared to join the project adding a large open database to the network. As summarized by the attendees, GLN offers a flexible yet specialised environment for learners, educators and practitioners of agricultural community. GLN members can open, share and access open educational resources and create their own customisable spaces to fit their needs. To find out more and sign up please go to the GLN website or FB page.