HISTAGRA (Agrarian History and Rural World Policy. 19th and 20th centuries) is a research group qualified by the Galician University System of Competitive Reference since 2006, a condition that was renewed in 2010, 2013 and 2017. Currently, it is made up of a total of 31 researchers, of which 18 are doctors, 13 researchers in training and 1 Support Staff, together with 20 external collaborators who are former doctoral students of the group. The Group has 5 predoctoral fellowships (from the FPI and FPU state programs and the Xunta de Galicia) and 3 postdoctoral contracts (Xunta de Galicia program). HISTAGRA has coordinated the ReVolta Network of Agroecology and History since 2010.