We love our pollinators. Check our Instagram for high speed videos of pollinators insects we meet. Here is a great article on an australian native bee.
Our dear insect pollinators
June and July Seed tour this european summer 2016Michel, , Our People, Seed Blog, 0
Jude and Michel will be travelling to Singapore, Turkey, Italy and France this coming June and July. Michel will...
Nothing-but-Lettuce near Mt Fujiotorongo, , Seed Blog Archives, 0
Sat, 09/11/2009 – Jude Fanton The small village of Morimachi (meaning forest village) is in the area of Shizuoka,...
Will China open its market to Monsanto and Dupont?Michel, , Seed Blog, 0
http://www.wsj.com/articles/china-seeks-to-develop-global-seed-power-1427049765 For two decades, foreign seed majors have beaten a path to China, lured by a market so big...
Growing Food Workshops in Byron Bayotorongo, , Seed Blog Archives, 0
Mon, 22/10/2012 – Jude Fanton Seed Savers international trainers, Michel and Jude Fanton, will deliver two one-day workshops on...
The Globalisation of Poverty: a new book to look out forMichel, , Seed Blog, 0
Monsanto and the Bio-Tech Conglomerates: Sowing the Seeds of Famine in Ethiopia
"Our Seeds" broadcast 15 times in Solomon Islandsotorongo, , Seed Blog Archives, 0
Wed, 03/06/2009 – Michel Fanton One Television in the Solomon Islands screened ‘Our Seeds’ our one hour documentary, an...
Azolla: Fertiliser for Rice Paddies & ChickenFeedotorongo, , Seed Blog Archives, 0
Thu, 23/08/2012 – Michel Fanton Azolla, a fern like floating algae, doubles in size every five days under warm...
International Seed Library Forum happeningsMichel, , Seed Blog, 0
Excellent community seed actions from 9 countries. Community seed networks play a big part in keeping garden biodiversity....