International Agroecology Shortcourse

CAN’s Agroecology Shortcourse is a two-week intensive learning and living experience from breakfast through dinner, geared towards introducing students and professionals to agroecology and fostering knowledge exchange and networking among individuals working toward food systems change.

YearLocationHosted ByTheme
2016Huatusco, Veracruz, MexicoUniversity of Chapingo, Huatusco Regional Center’s Department of Education, Research, and Service
Agroecology: Breaking Barriers: Agrofood Networks for Food Justice
2015Santa Cruz, CaliforniaCommunity Agroecology Network & The University of California at Santa CruzAgroecology, A Global Movement: Tracing Our Roots and Looking Forward
2014Estelí, NicaraguaASDENICAgroecology and Social Transformation: transdisciplinarity, health, and human development
2013Burlington, VermontThe University of VermontAgroecological Approaches for Climate Change and Food Systems Resilience
2013Quintana Roo, MéxicoMayan Intercultural
University of Quintana Roo
Agroecology as an intercultural focus for transforming systems of food production
2011Santa Cruz, CaliforniaCommunity Agroecology Network & The University of California at Santa CruzAgroecology and the Transformation of Food Systems: The California Model
 2010San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, MexicoCommunity Agroecology Network, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur (ECOSUR), and the Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social (CIESAS)Cultural Memory, Biodiversity and Agroecology: Linking tradition, education and science for sustainability
 2009 Burlington, Vermont The University of Vermont Participatory Action Research in Agroecology to Support Sustainable Food Systems