AgroForMed’s launch – Developing agroforestry in the Mediterranean

AgroForMed, a new non-profit champion for Mediterranean agroforestry, launches with ambitious goals: scaling up projects, sharing best practices, and building a vibrant network.

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It’s official! AgroForMed – a non-profit association that aims to develop agroforestry in the Mediterranean – has now been launched. The association’s activity is tridimensional:

  1. SCALE UP by developing agroforestry projects in the Mediterranean.
  2. SCALE OUT by collecting and disseminating agroforestry best practices in the Mediterranean.
  3. SCALE DEEP by creating a network of actors in the Mediterranean agroforestry sector.

Its ambition for 2024: Organize the very first “Mediterranean Agroforestry Conference”!

AgroForMed’s actions are guided by five core values:

  • Participative – Fostering the common and supporting the collective.
  • Farmer-led – Putting farmers at the core of development.
  • Inclusive – Working together with all stakeholders. 
  • Integrated – Combining ecological, social, and economic dimensions to ensure sustainability.
  • Holistic – Applying system thinking in everything AgroForMed does.

Curious to discover more or interested in becoming a member? Reach out at and follow AgroForMed in LinkedIn.

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EFIMED is the Mediterranean Facility of the European Forest Institute. Based in Barcelona, Spain, it was launched in 2007.