Article in The Guardian: The small Dutch town that wants to shape the future of your food

Students in Droevendaal Food Forest                   Around the end of October, a journalist from the Guardian approached Boerengroep to learn more about the critical student movement in Wageningen University. We met with her and as we walked around campus, we talked about the University, and how Boerengroep … Read more

Vacancy Secretary

Stichting Boerengroep is looking for a secretary (4-5 hours a week), starting from September 2020.   Organisation Stichting Boerengroep aims to close the gap between agriculture at the university and the reality and challenges of farmers and peasants around the world. It fights for a social, just and sustainable food production via activities in which … Read more

Vacature Penningmeester

Vacature Penningmeester Stichting Boerengroep zoekt per 1 september 2020 een penningmeester (4-5 uur per week). Organisatie Stichting Boerengroep slaat de brug tussen landbouwpraktijk en landbouwtheorie. We zetten ons in voor gezonde en sociale landbouw en organiseren hiervoor activiteiten die een kritische houding stimuleren onder studenten en boeren. De activiteiten die St. Boerengroep aanbiedt lopen sterk … Read more

FEI 2020 : registration is now open !

Click here to sign up or copy the following link : https://forms.gle/GWAGxgAzjKeoctBB9 The FEI is a growing movement, that is being co-created by peasants, farmers, gardeners, scientists, students, activists, NGOs and agroecological companies – working together towards a sustainable, healthy, viable food system that is fair for the earth, the consumer and the producer. Together, … Read more

Dialogue Brazil

Dialogue with Indigenous Leaders from Brazil

Thursday 31st of October Boerengroep is hosting, together with Greenpeace and the Forest and Nature Conservation Policy group, a delegation of leaders of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil.

Location Impulse, 17:00-19:00.

Deforestation, land grabbing, exploitation of labour and rampant use of pesticides threaten the environment and people in Brazil. That is why APIB – Brazil’s Indigenous People Articulation – is touring Europe: to inform its citizens and to move governments and businesses towards action.At this unique event at Impulse, you have the opportunity to connect with these Indigenous leaders.