Join OGS for a Tour of Cuba’s Sustainable Farms

Learn from farmers and food activists about Cuba’s transition to agroecological farming practices and its national policies that prioritize organic farming and hunger remediation.

Connect with farmers, consumers, activists, NGOs, policymakers, and experts working to transform the global food system.

Acquire the knowledge and strategies to create just, sustainable, local, and healthy food systems in your own communities.

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Transportation:
 
Provided in air conditioned coach. 

Accomodations:   

9 nights in casa particulares; extra fee for single room.

Meals:

2-3 meals/day: combination of on-farm, restaurant meals & host home meals.

Included
 
Visits & sightseeing outlined in itinerary. Full-time professional tour manager with agricultural background.
Not Included
 
Visits & sightseeing outlined in itinerary. Full-time professional tour manager with agricultural background.
Price
 
$2,900. Payment plans and scholarships are available.
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Fundraising for Organic Education

The Cuba Agroecology Tour is a fundraiser for Organic Growers School, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that’s been providing organic education in the Southern Appalachians for 25 years. Our program costs don’t cover our operating expenses, and it’s through community support that we’ve been able to sustain our educational programming for a quarter century. By participating in the Cuba Agroecology Tour, you are helping fund our programming and fulfill our mission: to educate, inspire, and support our community to farm, garden, and live sustainably.

If you have any questions, please email Sera at farmer-programs@organicgrowersschool.org.