These materials constitute a toolkit with powerful lessons and tactics for agricultural transformation, in its necessary allyship with feminism, anti-racism, ecology, urban struggles and beyond. Drawing on different practices and struggles in Europe, these materials map out how we get to the just and sustainable agriculture of the future. Land, labour and livelihoods, local-regional economies and infrastructures and knowledge commons are at the heart of this transformation: these materials chart how such change must happen in practice, through opposing agri-capitalist ventures, through campaigning and legal tools, and solidarity across agricultural and labour, feminist, anti-racist, ecological and other movements. Another world is not only possible, it’s being shaped as we speak, by groups and platforms who care and dare to make a difference. These materials were made in dialogue with many such actors, and are a celebration of the interconnectedness of our struggles and knowledges.