The presentation used by the Agroecology Support (AES) team for their opening talk at the 16th Annual Andes CoP meeting. It contains an overview on the agroecological principles and transition process, including a case study from Vermont (U.S.)
La presentación utilizada por el equipo de AES para la charla de apertura. Contiene una visión general de los principios agroecológicos y el proceso de transición, incluyendo un estudio de caso de Vermont (EE.UU.)
La présentation utilisée par l’équipe de l’AES pour l’exposé d’ouverture. Elle contient un aperçu des principes agroécologiques et du processus de transition, y compris une étude de cas du Vermont (États-Unis).
A presentation by the AES team with a synthesis of the visions shared by the groups. It brings together the principles and values that participants considered key for a transformation as well as the steps and recommendations necessary to turn visions into action.
La presentación del equipo de AES con una síntesis de las visiones compartidas por los grupos. Reúne los principios y valores que los participantes consideraron claves para una transformación, así como los pasos y recomendaciones necesarios para convertir las visiones en acciones.
La présentation par l’équipe AES avec une synthèse des visions partagées par les groupes. Elle rassemble les principes et les valeurs que les participants ont considérés comme essentiels pour une transformation ainsi que les étapes et les recommandations nécessaires pour transformer les visions en actions.
A presentation made to the FRN working group on exploring FRN as a way to identify and improve on-farm seed management practices in Ecuador. Sharing about an experience with 3 FRN groups researching potato seed issues.
A presentation made to the FRN working group on participatory research with quinoa farmers on the Bolivian altiplano. Read about the process of identifying a research question, designing the experiments, and recording and analyzing data with farmers.
Farmer field schools , a platform within the FAO, is helping to stop the spread of Covid-19 in international farming communities by “spreading accurate health information, building networks of solidarity focusing on vulnerable people, or organizing short value chains to ensure farmers’ products reach markets.” The global FFS platform team recently released these posters in […]
As part of the Agroecological Intensification Studentship program implemented by the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), a series of webinars and online materials covering AEI research essentials has been made available in Spanish. Produced in conjunction with the Research Methods Support cross-cutting project, the materials for graduate students doing their fieldwork in the […]
Access Agriculture is an international, non-governmental organization that hosts an online platform for sharing farmer-to-farmer videos. These well-crafted videos are based on participatory research oriented towards farmers’ priorities, and feature men and women farmers sharing their expertise and innovations in their own languages. CCRP has in the past engaged with Access Agriculture in supporting filmmaking […]
Founded in July 2015, the Association of Guardians of the Native Potato (AGUAPAN) is a network of Peruvian farmers who serve as custodians of potato diversity. Each member actively conserves at least 50 varieties. For their service, farmers receive annual payments from two Dutch potato seed companies as their way of fulfilling the spirit of […]
Herramienta para el registro agroclimático por agricultores A presentation made to the FRN working group on the “Pachagrama”. This is a tool developed in the Bolivian altiplano for farmers to record agro-climatic information to develop local weather forecasts.
Farmer Research Network (FRN) through a Participatory Action Research (PAR) approach for the Agroecology Transition (AT) in Chuquisaca –Bolivia. A presentation made to the FRN working group on a participatory action research process carried out in Bolivia with groups of farmers.
The CCRP Theory of Change (ToC) describes the broad systems change to which the CCRP contributes. The thematic intervention areas describe the more specific topics the CCRP invests in, as well as shorter-term outcome areas. The thematic areas are present throughout CCRP theoretical frameworks including regional ToCs, thematic ToCs, and project ToCs and are also […]
A presentation made to the FRN working group about research on the social and ecological drivers of potato seed degeneration and farmer-researcher sharing of good management practices in three highland communities in Ecuador. Research that asked the questions: What are the social and ecological drivers altering potato seed degeneration rates? What on-farm management practices are […]