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Our partners and members of the "Producers organisations" college take action!

 

Member of the “4 per 1000” Initiative, APAD(Association Pour une Agriculture Durable – Association for Sustainable Agriculture) advocates soil conservation agriculture and is part of the GCan(Global Conservation agriculture network), also a member of the “4 per 1000”.

APAD presented the label for farmers using soil conservation agriculture “Au Cœur des Sols” at the last Paris Agricultural Show/ Salon de l’Agriculture.

To learn more on the label for farmers using soil conservation agriculture “Au Cœur des Sols”, please click here.

APAD also launched at the end of 2020 a mini-series “Carbon PSS : your pre-sales service“, on the theme of carbon. 6 episodes to learn all about organic matter, carbon and opportunities for valorization in conservation agriculture!

To watch the episodes of the mini-series “Carbon PSS: your pre-sales service”, click here.

To learn more about APAD, click here.

Pour une Agriculture du Vivant“, a member of the “4 per 1000” Initiative, launched a major cooperative movement, 20 years ago, to achieve the transition of food and agriculture to agroecology.

A transition that starts from regenerated soils and which places respect for living beings as the driving force behind the profound transformation of agriculture, food, the countryside, individuals and all the structures involved.

Thousands of farmers and agronomists have joined forces to conduct research the results of which are clear: by copying nature, we can produce more and better, with less.

For more information, please click here.

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