Alejandra is a part of the Agroecology and Livelihoods Collaborative (ALC) which is a community of practice at the University of Vermont, which utilizes an approach grounded in agroecology, participatory action research (PAR) and transdisciplinarity. The ALC approaches agroecology by integrating ecological science with other academic disciplines (e.g. agronomy, sociology, history, etc.) and knowledge systems (e.g. local, indigenous, etc.) to guide research and actions towards the sustainable transformation of our current agrifood system.
By Alejandra Guzman Luna, Agroecology Now!
This potential to reproduce collective life is precisely the aspiration of community feminisms, but it is also the aspiration of agroecology!