The Agroecological Movement: A network of networks
Organizations in the agroecological movement participate in several social networks. CEPAGRO, for example, supports farmers who go through the agroecological transition in the Ecovida Network of Agroecology, which, in turn, is part of the National Articulation of Agroecology (ANA). Through networks, agroecological organizations develop sustainability projects and expand access to healthy food, while seeking to influence political polices and institutions. In the following videos, three members of CEPAGRO talk about their views on the importance of networks for agroecology in the city and in the country.
Maria Denis, past administrative director of the Center for Studies and Promotion of Group Agriculture (CEPAGRO), talks about the collaboration through networks.
Seeing possibilities through networks
Júlio, coordinator of urban projects at CEPAGRO, details the organization's actions and how they are strengthened by working in a network.
Networks of Food Sovereignty
Charles, known as Bagé, CEPAGRO's Rural Development Coordinator, points out the benefits of farmers who are connected to agroecological networks.