A new brochure showcasing examples of best practice farming and food initiatives from around Europe has just been published.
Agroecological approaches are a more holistic way to farm and produce food, integrating nature and societal concerns more coherently than the business-as-usual methods of conventional agriculture. Production techniques pioneered the organic farming and food movement, as well as initiatives based on the principle of food sovereignty including shorter and regionalised food supply systems are core parts of moving towards agroecology. So agricultural, environmental, health and the creation of vibrant rural communities are all part of agroecological approaches championed in this new publication.
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