Category Archives: Access to land

Land concentration and land grabbing are occurring and reaching blatant levels in Europe

Land concentration and land grabbing do not occur only in developing countries in the South; in fact, both are underway in Europe today. A new report by European Coordination Via Campesina and Hands off the Land network shows that land … Continue reading

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Post-capitalist Farming

A post-capitalist farming experiment – Potentials, problems and perspectives “From each according to his ability, to each according to his need” – Marx, Critique of the Gotha Program Potentials Since one and a half years around 70 people are involved … Continue reading

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Supermarkets exploit peasant growers: case studies

Costa Rica: Pineapples Almería, Spain: Winter courgettes, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers Guardian Video: The Costa del Sol is famous for its tourists and beaches but just behind them is a hidden world of industrial greenhouses where African migrants work in … Continue reading

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8 Steps Back to the Land

Read Colin Tudge’s article about the 8 Steps back to the land here: http://www.campaignforrealfarming.org/2011/02/eight-steps-back-to-the-land-2/

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Ecological Land Cooperative

Introducing the Ecological Land Co-op – We recommend hitting up the link and checking out the resources section. Really informative and practical. We believe that the creation of sustainable rural livelihoods is one of the best solutions to our most … Continue reading

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Resource: The Land is Ours

The Land Is Ours is a campaign, not an organization.  All the work at present is done by volunteers, scattered around the country, who come together for regular meetings. Our role is to highlight ordinary people’s exclusion not only from … Continue reading

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