Forests as Food Producing Habitats Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research This exploratory study was taken up by Living Farms in the context of ongoing debates of how to ensure food and nutrition security for the most marginalized people in India.
UNG's Appalachian Studies Center earns grant to encourage local food Access North Georgia The grant also will assist in the Appalachian Studies Center's ongoing project "Seeds and Stories," which allows students and the community to preserve and...
Australian wheat breeders select from Mexican smorgasbord ABC Online Mexico might be known as the land of avocados and tequila but it's also home to the largest wheat gene bank in the world, and for more than 40 years Australian plant breeders have...
The genome of the coffee plant Coffea canephora has been sequenced. This is a key step to decipher, at the genetic and molecular level, the traits useful to breed coffee varieties that meet the demands of growers, processors and consumers.
“No seeds, no future” a short Biowatch/Oxfam film Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research Photo credit: Biowatch South Africa For many generations subsistence farmers have successfully grown their own fruits and vegetables, and reared their own...
Vietnam’s most iconic street eat might be famous, but getting an authentic taste is more complicated than you’d think. Want to enjoy a bowl like a true local? We’ve got a helpful illustrated guide to digging in. This time around, we’re giving you the details on the tastiest part of any bowl – the meat! Share this guide on and Continue Reading
Following an initiative tabled by the European Parliament in 2013, the European Commission (DG Agriculture and Rural Development) contracted a “Preparatory action on EU plant and animal genetic resources in agriculture”.
M. Ann Tutwiler, Director General, highlights the importance of the International Treaty to facilitate the exchange, benefit-sharing and dialogue around the conservation and sustainable use of crop diversity in a climate change scenario.
Not much to look at, but if you squint hard you can read the label: teff. The Food Programme from BBC Radio 4 devoted an entire programme to this ancient Ethiopian grain, new darling of “the health-conscious Western world”.
Norway's 'Doomsday Vault' holds a priceless treasure: Seeds Waterloo Record "In spite of the hard situation at Tel Hadya station, the gene bank cold rooms are still functional and Icarda's team in Syria is able to maintain the base and active...
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