Our members are field-based organisations, active at regional or national level to promote and secure access to land for agro-ecological farmers.
A grassroot network of organic farmers and consumers with the aim of representing and advocating for the world of organic and peasant farming, with local, regional and international activities.
The BioBoden cooperative was established to secure more land for environmentally friendly agriculture which conserves resources. It acquires land as well as enterprises which are for sale and leases them to organic farmers on a long term basis at an affordable price.
The BDLT aims to secure farmland in trust for affordable access for biodynamic farmers, for conservation, public access, sustainable and community connected farming and education.
An association questioning the private ownership of land, in order to build a community committed in land management and land use,facilitate the free exchange of goods, services and knowledge and create ecological and social wealth.
De Landgenoten (which means “fellow countryman” in Dutch) aims to provide access to agricultural land for professional organic farmers in Flanders, because it believes they have a central role in current and future food safety and food security.
Supporting traditional organic farming in Romania. Eco Ruralis envisions a society that is environmentally sustainable, economically fair and socially just where peasants are the central component of our food system.
The Kulturland cooperative encourages supporters of community supported organic farms to buy shares or give additional loans. With this money we buy farmland and lease it to farmers on a long term basis.
The Real Farming Trust (RFT) is a UK charity that supports “enlightened agriculture” (EA): that is agriculture designed to feed people without wrecking the rest of the world. Key to EA is the practice of agroecology, and the growth of food sovereignty and economic democracy.
Regionalwert AG is a citizen shareholder company that channels citizens’ money to build up regional sustainable structures along the value-added chain, from agricultural production to processing, retailing and further services.
An association to rejuvenate Pyrenean mountainous areas and foster a new generation of shepherds.We bring together young people from various backgrounds who have a strong vocation to receive training in organic cattle rearing.
The Soil Association is the UK’s leading organisation campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use. Its Land Trust exists to protect the countryside by acquiring and managing farmland sustainably; and to connect the public with the stewardship of the land.
Terra franca promotes the establishment of fair and long-lasting relationships between owners and tenant farmers, to ensure that the expectations of both parties are met through a mutual commitment to land use.
Terre de Liens is a civic organisation promoting land preservation and access to farmland for organic, peasant farmers in France. It engages citizens, advises farmers and local authorities and directly acquires farmland which is rented on the long term to organic farmers.
Belgian cooperative company which facilitates access to land for agroecological projects and manages farm land as a common good. This implies a close collaboration between citizens, public bodies and farmers.
An association of cheese producers and eaters which promotes autonomous peasant farming (small-scale production and environmentally-friendly production practices) and supports new entrants to farming in Lithuania.
Association fostering land stewardship as a conservation strategy for the natural, cultural and landscape resources and values of Catalonia and Europe.