Sun, 21/03/2004 – Jude Fanton
“Community Seed Saving for the Pacific” was written by one of our interns, Emma Stone, in 1999 while on placement in The Solomon Islands. There are loads of graphics of the locals performing all the processes.
Download this wonderful resource if you are interested in the traditional food plants of the Pacific. This book shows how to collect, multiply and redistribute local varieties, including those that are vegetatively reproduced (taro, yam, etc.). Perfect for anyone wanting to organise the conservation of the garden and agricultural diversity of a Pacific, or any other tropical, country.