A reflection on the role of local and solidarity -based partnerships for Agroecology in supporting cultivated biodiversity.
“How to Best Support your Farmer ?”, 25 May 2021 Quite a lot of farmers feel isolated and desperate. Food communities can play a major role in providing social support. But it is not so easy to find the right balance between being listened in a supportive way and being
In a report launched February 2021, the Nyéléni Europe and Central Asia Food Sovereignty Network and Innovative Land Strategies Partnership outline how land policies can support or hinder Europe’s transition to agroecology, a central component in the move towards more sustainable and equitable food systems and societies.
Find the main highlights from the report and the link to download the full report.
By the International Committee of URGENCI, 22 February 2021 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the name we give to a diversity of approaches that all aim to strengthen direct farmer-eater relationships. This includes sharing risks and benefits. This is the essence of CSA. International CSA Day, what is that? #CSADay
In the context of the CAP reform and the Farm to Fork strategy, what challenges and opportunities does land policy offer for an agroecological transition in Europe?
Launching CSA in Ukraine and designing high-performance crop polycultures for CSA with vegetables and leafy greens
A free online farm conference in English will be organized on February 27th by the NGO “Permaculture in Ukraine” in collaboration with the “Visegrad and Beyond Permaculture Partnership”, The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) e.V., The Department of Agriculture, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, and German CSA network SOLAWI.
Land Strat Webinar Season 2, Episode 3 | 08/2/21 14h-15h30 (CET, UTC+1 – Brussels)