Spring Meeting about common forms of living at Schloß Tonndorf. Due to Corona Virus, postponed to 13.5.2021 - 16.5.2021.
Detailled Information about the meeting will be posted here soon. Information about Schloss Tonndorf under: https://www.schloss-tonndorf.de/
In Autumn 2018, Agrecol e.V. and Agrecol–Afrique organized a joint meeting in Thiès, Senegal. We elaborated our common history (Agreco-Afrique is an offspring of Agrecol e.V.), strenghtend our mutual relationship and exchanged experiences regarding successes and challenges in promoting agro-ecological agriculture in drylands. Agrecol e.V.
Dear members and friends of Agrecol,
we invite you to our spring meeting to Trebnitz near Müncheberg!
Date: May 10.-13, 2018
In Autumn 2017
To present and discuss the current status of open source seed licensing.
Agrecol Family Meeting Spring 2014: Limitations and Potentials of ecological viniculture on steep slopes
The Agrecol Family Meeting Spring 2014 took place in Traben-Trabach located at the middle section of river Mosel from May 25th to June 1st, 2014. The theme was "Limitations and Potentials of Ecological Viniculture on Steep Slopes".
Accommodation: Mittelmosel-Jugendherberge, Hirtenpfad 6, 56841 Traben-Trarbach.
Our meeting in autumn 2013 took place as planned in Germerode from October 18 to 20. The theme was "Smallholder farmers adapting to climate change". It was a small, but very active group of participants who presented experiences and suggestions towards the theme. During dicussions, it became obvious, that for smallholders and pastoralists in developing countries, climate change is only one of several stress factors such as land grabbing, fluctuations of produce and input prices, shortage of labour or invasive plants an animals.
Agrecol-Letter Spring 2013 Göttingen, May 17, 2013
Dear Agrecol Community, dear friends,
The Family meeting spring 2012 took place in Schmochtitz near Bautzen in Oberlausitz, Saxony, from May 17 to 20, 2012. The theme of the meeting was:
The Conflict between Agriculture and Protection of Nature exemplified by the most recent migration of Wolves into the Area of Lausitz.
The working session of Autumn 2011 took place from October 14 to October 16, 2011 in Stuttgart. The theme of the meeting was CO2 trade and its effects on sustainable land use and small holder agriculture.
Below we enclose the papers presented during the meeting, and some further documents which might be of interest.
The meeting, with families, took place from June 2 to 5, 2011 in Kehl on River Rhine. Theme: Fishery, River bed regulation and flood management
Agrecol Wochenende vom 1. bis 3. 10. 2005 in Weikersheim
Wasser und nachhaltige Landnutzung
Materialzusammenstellung für das Treffen