Our global seed share since 1986
Riding donkeys in Africa, canoes in Papua, old buses in India, 4 WD luxury cars with NGO in Afghanistan,the intrepid Australian Seed Savers Jude and Michel have traveled for 30 years few months each year. The seed share effect is felt in forty-four countries. There books are now adapted in a multitude of languages, Russian is the latest. Their two documentaries are multi adapted and subtitled. Interns, trainees, friends have started seed saving groups, even national movements in South America and the Caribbean Southern and Western Africa, East Asia.
Michel and Jude enjoy participating in peasant gardener to gardener seed exchange training. They thrive on giving presentations on seed solutions. They know the value of peasant and tribal contribution to biodiversity and local culture. Each year they embark on Seed Solidarity Tours to set up community seed exchanges and networks, they give keynotes, visit existing seed projects and generally lend a hand. Their partner seed organisation gain more national and local public attention.