In December, CAN Executive Director Roseann Cohen, Associate Director Heather Putnam and Project Manager Maria Eugenia Flores traveled with executive team members of the coffee company Keurig Green Mountain (KGM)
Seedbanks and farmer-led experimentation enhance local food sovereignty and climate change resiliency in rural Nicaragua. Seedbanks are important reservoirs of genetic diversity that help subsistance farming communities secure their supply
Community Agroecology Network’s (CAN) Growing Justice youth team collaborated with seven University of California, Santa Cruz undergraduate students from Professor Emily Cohen Ibañez's Visual Sociology class to produce a 20-minute
Agroecology and Livelihoods Collaborative at University of Vermont (UVM), in partnership with the Community Agroecology Network (CAN), announce the 18th Annual International Agroecology Shortcourse, Pathways to Resilience: An Agroecological Approach.
CAN is a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to sustain rural livelihoods and environments in the global south through the integration of agroecology-based research, education, and development strategies. Our work is both regional and global, with projects and activities in Mexico, Central America, and the United States, and our International Agroecology Shortcourse, which has trained hundreds of farmers, researchers, and community leaders from around the world since 2000.