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Agroecology Definition

Agroecology Definition

For a sociologist, agroecology means that human systems work in concert with natural systems with benefits for all community members. Agroecology strives for practices and relationships that promote a healthy ecosystem, economic security and social inclusion for all within that ecosystem.

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