Agroecological 
Lives

Agroecology as a way of life 

All the farmers featured in the "Vidas Agroecológicas" campaign series are part of CEPAGRO’s network and are certified organic by the Ecovida Agroecology Network.

Communication 

The Center for Studies and Promotion of Group Agriculture (CEPAGRO) has a communication mandate and two journalists on its staff. Organizations like CEPAGRO , as part of their work in Agroecological Education, communicate to urban and rural people through farm visits, organizing meetings, lectures, workshops and online communications such as this consumer awareness campaign, “Vidas Agroecológicas”: three videos aimed at valuing agroecological farmers. 

 

#Agroecological Lives 1:

The Chef who became a farmer  

#Agroecological Lives 2:

Elaine and Sérgio: Neorurals

#Agroecological Lives 3:

Salete e Aluísio and the health benefits of agroecological transitions 

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Ecovida Agroecology

Network

Ecovida Agroecology

Network

This Network certifies agroecological foods, promotes the exchange of knowledge between farmers and provides support for agroecological transition. 

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The Center for Studies and Promotion of Group Agriculture is an agroecological organization that establishes connections between countryside, city and the academic community. 

CEPAGRO

CEPAGRO

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Three people involved in agroecological issues talk about the role of urban people in helping to address problems in the countryside. 

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Urban People and the Countryside

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Urban People and the Countryside

Connections

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Acting through 

Networks 

Acting through 

Networks 

Agroecological networks exist in the city, in the country, and across the city and the country.

  

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