Cuba-U.S. Agroecology Network

Founding Year: 2015

Staff: 13

Budget:

Margarita Fernandez (Executive Director)

The Cuba-U.S Agroecology Network is a bilateral network that “connects people, institutions and movements in Cuba and the U.S. to build more ecologically resilient, socially just and economically fair farming systems through agroecology.” CUSAN works towards supporting the agroecology movement in Cuba “coordinated by the Vermont Caribbean Institute, which partners with a diverse range of Cuban and US institutions to implement programming.”

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Cuba-U.S. Agroecology Network contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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