The association identified cooperatives with sufficient, arable farmland who agreed to make available some portions of their farms for the establishment of Agroecology Hubs. There are five cooperatives, including the MFA Agroecology Training Centre, which has offered to give such land for the creation of five hubs.
The association has identified five people with agroecology background as practitioners and five youth as interns to oversee these hubs. Each of the five Hubs has organized more than 30 farmers (predominantly women working on homestead gardens) whom they will be working with for the entire duration of the program. A supporting committee for each Hub has been established.