a growing culture
The fight for food sovereignty is not fundamentally about ending pollution or building soil, but about culture. “African culture survived all the storms, taking refuge in the villages, in the forests and in the spirit of the generations who were victims of colonialism. Like the seed which long awaits conditions favorable to germination in order to […]
seed: the untold story - a documentary following the history and perilous future of food crop biodiversity
Over the last century, "94% of our seed diversity has disappeared". In this documentary, follow passionate seedkeepers and activists to unbury the history and future of seeds. From the directors, Jon Betz and Taggart Siegel: "The story of our seeds is a defining story of our time. Caught between the runaway juggernaut of industrial agriculture […]
the seed we need: there's not enough
Can organic farmers build strong, resilient, local SEED economies? Seed Hack, anyone?
mountain west seed summit, santa fe, nm, march 3-4
Mountain West Seed Summit "Honoring Origins and Seeding the Future" March 3 – 4, 2017 Santa Fe, New Mexico – Hotel Santa Fe Join Seed Stewards from the Mountain West and beyond for three days of seed knowledge and networking in beautiful Santa Fe. The Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, in partnership with the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union […]
is the world bank in with monsanto?
Influenced by agribusiness giants, the rating mechanisms of a World Bank index threaten the seed sovereignty of small farmers globally. Please help!
peasants will feed the world
Pat Mooney from the ETC Group Canada talks about the rise and influence of agribusiness and asserts that it is peasant farmers who will feed the world’s growing population, provided they have control over their own seeds and food systems.