More of the world’s people rely on agriculture for their survival than any other occupation. But more than three quarters of the world’s poorest people are farmers, confirming that agriculture simply isn’t working for the vast majority of them.

We refuse to accept the only future for food production is an agricultural system that destroys the planet and keeps farmers trapped in poverty.

We’re making agriculture work better for struggling smallholder famers, so they can adapt to climate change and achieve a good standard of living.

We help people build farming systems that connect nature (climate, land, water, plants and animals) with people (culture, economics and society). We call this approach agroecology. It can enable smallholder farmers to achieve a decent standard of living, whilst protecting the environment.