Meet our members!

These are the individuals, groups, associations, and institutions promoting agroecology.

Agroecology Europe membership is open to all individuals, groups, associations, and institutions interested in promoting agroecology.

AEEU aims to define its agenda through the participatory engagement of its individual and organisational members. Among the several objectives and activities of the Association, there are diverse possibilities for members to participate and become active.

our member organisations

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ISARA is an engineering School for agricultural, food and environmental sciences based in Lyon and Avignon in France. It is shaping its national and international presence in agroecology and sustainable food systems through the establishment of a center of excellence encompassing education, research, and expertise.

COSPE is a non-profit association promoting international cooperation, operating in Italy and 25 other countries in Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean and Latin America. COSPE is committed to the transition towards a world of peace, with more rights, more social and environmental justice, under the banner of gender equality, where diversity is recognised as the most precious asset.

Pesticide Action Netowrk (PAN Europe) is a network of NGOs working to reduce the use of hazardous pesticides and have them replaced with ecologically sound alternatives. The network works to eliminate dependency on chemical pesticides and to support safe sustainable pest control methods. It brings together over 45 consumer, public health and environmental organisations and women’s groups from across Europe.

Rete Semi Rurali is an italian network composed of 34 organizations. Its aim is to support, facilitate, and promote contact, dialogue, exchange, and the sharing of information and initiatives among those who uphold the values of diversity and oppose what leads to erosion and loss of diversity. The Network promotes a collective management of agrobiodiversity, crucial for achieving the ecological transition of our economic and production model.

Deafal (European Delegation for Family Farming in Asia, Africa and Latin America) is a non-profit Non-Governmental Organization based in Italy. Deafal envisions soil regeneration as a means to rejuvenate societies, emphasizing the importance of recognizing human dignity and harmonious rural-urban interaction. Their mission involves promoting diversity through national and international cooperation and advancing innovative methods in agronomy, economics, and social fields to produce accessible, healthy food and foster a fairer society.

ZERO – Associação Sistema Terrestre Sustentável is a nonprofit environmental organisation based in Portugal. The organisation strives for environmental, social, and economic balance and work independently from political parties and commercial interests. Its mission is ZERO fossil fuels, pollution, resource waste, ecosystem destruction, and social-economic inequality.

By sharing agroecology both in the North and the South, the french association Terre et Humanisme engages in training and raising awareness among actors of small-scale agriculture and the general public to support and promote the agroecological transition. Because agroecology is cultivated together to succeed in the transition, Terre & Humanisme reaches out to both individuals and professionals, relying on a strong network of partners and agroecology facilitators in France and internationally.

The Agroecological Network of Greece (Agroecology Greece) consists a network and a platform aiming to promote Agroecology as a science, practice and movement, in Greek. Its purpose is to network agricultural scientists/trainers, in order to exchange information, knowledge & research that will familiarize the principles and framework of agroecology in Greece and promote the transition of food production systems towards a truly sustainable form, integrating food sovereignty and security principles.

The INTERMUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION: AGROECOLOGICAL RESERVE TERRITORIES NETWORK, “TERRAE NETWORK,” is a Spanish non-profit organization, which is representative for all public and private entities and stakeholders promoting the sustainable, environmental, and agroecological development within the association’s scope of action. It drives initiatives in the realms of sustainable development, biodiversity, and climate change.

The Association for the Development of Agroecology and Agroforestry ( in French: Association pour le Développement de l’Agroécologie et de l’Agroforesterie) is a french NGO which aims to rethink agricultural production by drawing inspiration from natural mechanisms and the interactions of living organisms. It provides training, raises awareness among general public on Agroecology and Afroforestry practices.

Toekomstboeren is a farmers organisation from the Netherlands who is growing and flourishing network of farmers for the future. Amongst them are agricultural newcomers, as well as established farmers who are exploring new ways of farming. They are pioneers in new models and methods, such as community supported agriculture, permaculture and growing special breeds and varieties. They work in harmony with people and nature to practice agriculture and create food systems which benefit both farmers and citizens alike.

Ver de Terre Production is an organization for training, research and development, and knowledge dissemination based in France. Ver de terre production works for farmers by creating high-quality training materials designed in collaboration with agronomists in agroecology. Ver de Terre production strives to spread knowledge freely so that everyone can acquire the agronomic fundamentals and initiate the gradual change of their practices, regardless of their background, farm size, or life philosophy.

The Irish Seed Savers Association protect Ireland’s food crop heritage for future generations. Their work focuses on the conservation of heirloom vegetable seeds and Irish heritage apple trees. It maintains the country’s only public seed bank, with over 600 non-commercially available varieties of seed. 

PERMA-PROJECTS is a Belgian organisation aiming to to initiate and support permaculture and agroecology projects in Belgium, starting with the launch of two micro-farms: La Ferme Agroécologique de la Préale in Condroz and La Ferme Agroécologique de la Papelotte in Waterloo, near Brussels. On each of these micro-farms, several projects related to market gardening, seed production, herbalism, processing, training, and workshops are already underway.

Banlieues Du Monde Mauritania is a non-governmental organization established in 2002 by a group of experts and engineers. It supports grassroots communities in rural areas to enhance their living and working conditions. The NGO is involved in projects aimed at empowering women through structured initiatives and providing basic education to girls at risk of dropping out of school.

Open Farm brings together more than 300 farms across Greece. Those farms, in addition to producing excellent, quality agricultural products, also offer education, experiential experience, hospitality and leisure. Open Farm designs and implements a variety of educational programs for schools, organizations and the public in the city, in order to inform citizens (young and old) about concepts related to Healthy Eating, the Environment and our Health, through raising awareness of the need for immediate transition in Sustainable Agro-Food Production and Consumption Systems. 

The Hungarian Agroecology Network Association is a multistakeholder, transdisciplinary, and intergenerational network that aims to connect and strengthen those working with agroecology and serve as a meeting point, a knowledge-producing and -sharing community, and an advocacy organization. The long-term goal of the Network is to promote a national and international agroecological transformation of practices and policies and the implementation of food sovereignty through joint work and movement building and to work together to create a socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable and regenerative agricultural production, processing, and distribution system in Hungary and beyond.

Since 1992, the Spanish Society of Organic Farming and Agroecology (SEAE), a private non-profit organization, works to improve and disseminate the knowledge on production high quality food based on the agroecological and sustainable rural development approach. SEAE aims to join together the efforts of individuals, associations and other entities interested in promoting organic farming and Agroecology. For this reason, its most important asset are the more than 900 members.
Thanks to the union of such diverse profiles, SEAE has become a reference entity of the Organic Farming sector and the agroecology field, in areas such as research, training and dissemination of technical information, both at national and international level.

The EUfarms network was set up by farmers to promote the agroecological transition to organic farming. EUfarms aims to show that there are large-scale certified organic agroecological farms in Europe. They are economically and humanely viable, and their prosperity is ensured by the regeneration of their ecosystems, both environmental and social. EUfarms aims to measure agroecological practices using indicators that are recognised by science and farmers, and to communicate them via infographics.

Vitale Rassen is a network of organic farmers in Belgium who maintain local and traditional varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers. The seeds are cultivated in farmers hands and sold to other farmers and amateur gardeners.

“Acces la Pământ pentru Agroecologie – ALPA” is a non-profit organisation registered since 2018 and based in the village of Alunisu, Sancraiu commune, Cluj county in Transylvania, Romania. The vision of ALPA is towards a bioregion in which farmlands are stewarded as new commons, nature is respected, biodiversity is enhanced, agroecological food systems are a norm and local communities are resilient, with all these converging in thriving and regenerating socio-ecological landscapes. 

We are a non-for-profit organization that aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice. We are located on SLU (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) campus Alnarp and we aim to make agroecological practices and learning accessible to everyone. In this we run a 2400sqm big market garden, including an agroforestry system, greenhouse spaces and extensive biodiversity areas. We engage in our local communities by providing space, events and local markets and a CSA for 100 families. Additionally, we encourage and facilitate research within the realm of agroecology, including the development and execution of research proposals or thesis work. 

The Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL is one of the world’s leading institutes in the field of organic agriculture. Its locations are situated in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Hungary (ÖMKi), France and a representation in Brussels (Belgium) through FiBL Europe. FiBL’s strengths lie in its interdisciplinary research, innovations developed jointly with farmers and the food industry, solution-oriented development projects and rapid knowledge transfer from research into practice.

Growing Food in Harmony with Nature

At Lugar da Terra we produce VEGETABLES with Regenerative and Syntropic Techniques, we organize WORKSHOPS, develop TOOLS for small-scale farming and provide CONSULTANCY services so other places can turn into more productive, efficient and fertile ecossystems full of diversity and life. Our mission is to practice Regenerative and innovative techiques that are aligned with the natural world, while learning and improving. 

5m Books is an independent agriculture and veterinary publisher. Our mission is to improve the health and happiness of the animals we farm and live with and to regenerate the world we farm and live in.
Our purpose is to
• improve understanding of animal health
• enable those working with animals and the land to do so better
• regenerate our natural world through best practice knowledge sharing
We do this by creating books with care for those who care
• for animals within the veterinary and allied professions
• for farmed animals and pets and want the best environmental, economic and welfare outcomes
• for the land, the sea and about the future of our planet

Founded in May 2009 in Serbia under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Serbia Organica serves as a pivotal organization dedicated to fostering the growth of organic farming and enhancing the visibility of organic practices within Serbia. This leading organization consolidates the entire organic agriculture sector across the Republic of Serbia, positioning itself as a crucial strategic ally to both domestic and international
institutions. The mission of our association is to elevate organic farming in Serbia by enhancing our support for organic producers and processors, advocating for favourable policies, and promoting organic principles locally and globally. 

Trócaire is an agency of the Irish Catholic Church in Ireland and works to tackle the underlying causes of poverty and injustice by supporting the world’s most at-risk communities to retain their access to land, seeds, natural resources and fundamental freedoms to lift themselves out of poverty. Trocaire promotes the application of agroecological principles to household/farm and to communal/territorial development, protection and enterprise.

Sporos Regeneration Institute, based on Lesvos island, Greece, champions environmental, cultural, & human regeneration. As an educational hub, we promote sustainable practices & ecological stewardship, fostering community integration. Main Activities include Educational Initiatives, EcoHub for environmental awareness and advocacy, workshops, mental health resources, and vocational training for displaced populations, Community Engagement through activities like olive harvesting, eco-therapy & community gardening, promoting social cohesion, STEM in Schools, Seed Bank & Nursery.

RHEA’s mission is to encourage the emergence of agroecological initiatives through research and development, training and support for farmers and project leaders.
The aim is to share agroecological practices with farmers and project leaders so that they can implement them in their own context.

MiljöMatematik is a mission-driven organisation in Sweden, working to transform the food system through collaboration, capacity building, and innovation. Agroecology is an important part of who we are and we will also host the Agroecology Forum 2025 in Malmö!