Lili is a bioengineer and tropical agronomical engineer, involved in the international Food Sovereignty and Agroecology movement for the past decade.
She has worked in several eco-political NGOs to promote agroecology and regenerative food systems in different parts of the world.
For the past six years, she has focused on building the Hungarian Agroecology movement stronger. She worked as the Program Manager of Greenpeace Hungary for a year, which she left to engage more actively in the support of the transition to sustainable food systems.
In February 2022, Lili became the President of Agroecology Europe Association and the Hungarian Agroecology Network Association. She began her own farm in West Nógrád in 2018, where she started applying holistic management, regenerative agriculture, permacultural, and agroecological principles.
Updated November 2022
More from Lili Balogh
Hungarian Agroecology Network: Weaving the Net for Socially and Environmentally Just Food Systems
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Lili aims to disseminate knowledge about agroecology and food sovereignty, to connect people, to advocate for the scaling out and up of agroecology, and to conduct projects, studies, and publications with and for its members.