Social Learning and Knowledge Generation in Agriculture

Social agriculture refers to the management of production activities according to ecocompatible methods. The experience of agriculture is brought closer to citizens, through trips to the farm with the intention of purchasing supplies from the production site, as well as through other specialized types of sales (social “cellars”, solidarity markets, etc.). The goal of this practice is to improve the competitiveness of the agricultural sector, improve the environment and rural space, and improve the quality of life in the countryside.