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AGRO-­‐ECOLOGY  

The  Virtuous  Food  Cycle  


  1.  The  Right  to  Healthy  Food  

2.  Political  support  for  agro-­‐ecology  


 
  34.  Global  Agro-­‐Ecological  
  3.  Clear  agro-­‐ecological  policies  and  goals  
  Agreements  

  4.  Agro-­‐ecological  college  training  


  33.  A  Ten-­‐Year  Transition  to  
social  purpose  for  all  banks  

  research  and  development  


  32.  A  Ten-­‐Year  Transition  

 5.  An  agro-­‐ecological  transition  tax  


 
to  social  purpose  for  all  
businesses  

 
6.  Agro-­‐ecological  farm  extension  
workers  
31.  Political  influence  
 
 
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7.  Agro-­‐ecological  and  organic  
A  GREEN   30.  Fair  trade  

 
farming.  Inter-­‐cropping,   COOPERATIVE   agreements  
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mulching,  composting,  beneficial  

 
insects,  holistic  grazing.   ECONOMY   29.  Strong  health  and  
  safety  regulations  
 
 
8.  Open-­‐pollinated  seeds,  local  
varieties,  community  seed-­‐banks   28.  Strong  rural  
   
 
  9.  Farmers  Co-­‐ops:  processing,   Healthy  topsoil  
democracy  
 
marketing,  tools,  equipment,   v  
 
credit    
 
27.  Protection  against  
monopolies  

 locally  adapted,  drought-­‐


  10.  Public  plant  breeding   More  
biodiversity  
Better  
climate   26.  Organized  resistance  
to  big  agro-­‐business  
     
tolerant  species   resilience  

25.  Targeted  subsidies  


   
  11.  Crop  insurance  
Healthy  
v   12.  Food  distribution  co-­‐ops  
    ecology   24.  Carbon  farming,  
reduced  climate  impact  
v   13.  Community-­‐
  Supported  Agriculture  
 
23.  Community  Land  Trusts  

  v   14.  Urban  farms,  SPIN  


 
22.  Land  reforms  

  v   15.  Farmers  Markets  


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21.  Seed  rights  

  16.  Community  food  hubs  


 
20.  Small  farmers’  land  rights  

  vv   17.  Cooperative  grocery  stores   19.  Government  food  purchasing  


    policies  
  Guy  Dauncey  2019       vv    
18.  Community  food  networks  
www.thepracticalutopian.ca  
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