The AgriCultures Network has members all over the world that are that are locally rooted and globally connected:
The ILEIA office in The Netherlands hosts the secretariat of the network.
The AgriCultures Network facilitates co-creation of knowledge and practice-based advocacy at community level as well as between farmer organisations, researchers, academia, policy makers and civil society actors. For over 30 years we have been nurturing a community of individuals and organisations engaged in sustainable agriculture.
We produce regional and global magazines on sustainable farming, reaching about a million readers globally today. In addition, we support the systematisation of practical experiences and promote policies that are supportive of agroecology rooted in family farming. We are proud to be part of a growing inclusive global movement for agroecology and food sovereignty, rooted in family farming.
In 2014 an independent review (PDF) as carried out of the AgriCultures Network which paid specific attention to the unique characteristics of our network.