URGENCI, the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)1 network and its national members from 12 European countries held an advocacy capacity building session in Brussels. This training session took place on the 14th, 15th, 16th of May. CSA advocates had an unprecedented opportunity to share experience and to refine their key messages.
The 3rd Episode of the 1st Season of the CSA Webinar Series is scheduled for the 24 April 2019, 18.30 (GMT+1). It will address the relationship between Community Supported Agriculture and Participatory Guarantee Systems (PGS).
Webinar on Agricultural Strategies and CSA Welcome to the second session of the 2019 CSA Webinar Series! Our webinar, scheduled on 17 April 2019, is going to address the relationship between CSA and farming. The leading questions will be: What type of agriculture would motivate a customer to go the extra mile and be part...Read More
By Jocelyn Parot, General Secretary The members of the Mediterranean network of Local and Solidarity -based Partnerships for Agroecology (MedNet) came up with a Vision during its 2nd meeting, held in Thessaloniki in November 2018. This was the result of an intensive maturation process. Several “Common Training Framework Editing Workshops” were conducted, in different locations....Read More
"How to manage CSA" was the name of the first of the four upcoming testing seminars in the European project "SolidBase - Financial Sustainability Education for Solidarity-Based Food System", where we look for new ways to support the financial self-sufficiency of solidarity food systems, including Community Supported Agriculture.
29 March 2019 – Sustainable small farmers should be put at the core of EU agricultural policy, according to a new paper released today by the Nyeleni Europe and Central Asia Platform for Food Sovereignty . The strongly documented publication comes ahead of a key vote in the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee in early April,...Read More