Access To Land
Preserving land

Land is an essential, finite resource. Let’s preserve it from urban development and ensure that farming practices contribute to protect the quality of the soil, water and ecosystems.

Securing land for agroecology

Current land markets and policies come together to favour agro-industrial forms of farming and fuel land concentration. How can we secure land to ensure the development of agroecology in Europe?

Supporting a new generation

Within 10 years, half European farmers will retire. Currently, many retirements lead to farm closure and land concentration. How to facilitate farm succession and the entry of newcomers into farming?

Managing land as commons

Mobilising communities to ensure that farmland is used and managed in a way that fulfils its essential contribution to food production, ecosystems and human life.

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Local authorities supporting access to land for farmers

This report presents 12 case studies illustrating the role local authorities can play in facilitating access to land for farmers. It is meant for local authorities and civil society organisations engaging with local authorities.

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Access to land and Community Supported Agriculture

A new report exploring the challenges of access land for Community Supported Agriculture, and illustrating a range of solutions with case studies from accross Europe. A useful resource for all CSAs and all those interested in access to land for communities and local food systems!

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Seminar Access to land: learning from the field

We invite you to join us for an event presenting the results of our latest work: a two-day seminar (19-20 June) to share and enrich practical experience on access to land for agroecology, and a public conference (21 June) to draw political lessons and engage with a wider circle of stakeholders.

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