Agroecology is the practice of sustainable farming in harmony with nature, drawing from the field of ecology, which explores the intricate connections between plants, animals, people, and their surroundings while emphasizing the delicate equilibrium within these relationships. Agroecology entails the application of ecological principles and concepts to agricultural practices, aiming to seamlessly integrate these principles into the planning and management of farming systems. This approach prioritizes the enduring safeguarding of natural resources as an integral component of food production. The roots of agroecology can be traced back to the traditional agricultural and land-use techniques of Indigenous communities, pastoralists, fishermen, and rural farmers. These agroecological traditions emerged from the profound interdependence between the well-being of these communities and their local environments.

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