Local Authorities Making Farmland Work for the Public Good

Why this handbook?

Local action is key to a regenerative future. This handbook offers guidance for officials and staff of local governments on how to make a difference in the way agricultural land is used and shared, for the benefit of people and the planet. Packed with ideas, tools, and field-based examples, it hopes to inspire and enable many authorities to take action across Europe to protect farmland and make it work for the public good.

How to navigate this handbook:

To get inspiration
To get tools
To get background information

Who we are:

A group of civil society organisations working to promote access to land for agroecology. We are working together within the Access to Land network. This resource is produced as part of the RURALIZATION project and with additional contributions from members and supporters of the Access to Land network.
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