The participating EAThink teachers were supported by the project partners to further develop their learning modules with experiential learning activities for students on sustainable agriculture through visits to smallholder farms, organic farms, food cooperatives, community gardens, collective gardens, woofing days, meetings with the Alternative Food Systems‘ representatives, etc. Through these experiential learning activities, we have fostered youth participation and raised awareness on alternative food systems, sustainable agriculture, food security and sovereignty.
This interactive map shows the locations of all visits done in the frame of the EAThink project in all participating countries. You can just click on the map and find more information, photos, links to national Blogs about the students visits.
If you want to know more about the following locations, you can get in touch with the project partners on the communication forms here.