1. This booklet aims to provide you, as people leading and supporting the move to Agroecology in Africa, with lessons from the valuable experiences of the APCNF programme. We have included helpful inputs, discussions and conclusions from the 15 online sessions held over 2021/2022. You will also find...
  2. Natural Farming has no strict rules, only principles to guide you as you learn to become a better natural farmer. Natural Farming is not only about replacing chemical inputs with organic inputs but also about creating a farming system that is in tune with the way Nature operates.
  3. 01-01-2001 The world's food supply needs to rise significantly, yet both arable and water supplies per capita are decreasing. Not only are modern agricultural methods beyond the reach of those suffering the greatest food insecurity but they are also ecologically damaging, relying upon fossil energy and...
  4. 19-04-1989 Participatory analysis of the village agroecosystem Research on integrated and organic farming Traditional irrigation Water harvesting Agroforestry and integrated land use in Tanzania Guinea Pig Plant Protection
  5. 19-12-1993 Sustainable growth in Kenya Agroecological planning in Brazil Agriculture or Agribusiness? A strong case for diversity Protecting farmers' rights Bio-organic farming Promoting sustainable land use - the role of NGOs Coming back on chemicals
  6. 20-03-2008 Fair fruit trade Exporting mangoes from Burkina Faso Bolivian producers lobby for change Improved shea butter trading through certification Agroecological cotton and fair trade make the difference Filipino handicrafts Organic and fair trade products attract new customers Corporate challenges to...
  7. 20-09-2012 A pyramid of farmer organisations The rules that keep the group together A powerful learning opportunity Rio + 20 - what now? Farmer organisations Nepal's biodiversity conservation and development committee REAP's agro-ecological villages The strength of farmer organisations The biodiversity...
  8. Access Agriculture Training Video To sell agroecological produce, we need to pay attention to four things: organization; negotiation with local authorities; a guarantee system, so consumers know that all the produce is free from agrochemicals; and finally marketing and customer services....
  9. 20-03-2002 Managing agroecosystems Ecological Millenniium An ecosystem approach to health Agriculture and human health Ecology of mycotoxins in maize and groundnuts Ecohealth case studies An emerging consensus on ecosystems and human health
  10. 20-03-2006 Documentation: an effective tool in Farmer Field Schools Building documentation and communication capacities Documentation of animal genetic resources - the LIFE method The LEISA systematization process Our participation in the systematization process Documenting agroecology - Brazil Learning...