Farrmers in Syria have their own networks to give and exchange vegetable and grain seeds. They always had.
Seed safe in gardeners hands: the Syrian war
Open Source Seeds: Way to Go in your GardenMichel, , Seed Blog, 0
Open Source Seeds Hit the Market, Raise Awareness For the last 28 years Seedsavers.net have effectively put gardners in...
free seeds to share for everMichel, , Seed Blog, 0
The practice of sharing seeds as as old as humanity. Now branded a grand Open Source, the seeds are...
Jeremy Coleby-Williams: Why save seeds?Michel, , Seed Blog, 0
In Byron Bay in NSW, a garden has been developed that contains a diversity of useful and edible plants....
The story of farmers who broke the chainsMichel, , Seed Blog, Seed Blog Archives, 0
How Lentils Started an Underground Food Movement
Michel at Malaysian Seed Eventjude, , Seed Blog, 0
Eat Shoots and Roots Organisation ran a workshop where Michel Fanton from Seed Savers’ Network of Australia gave a...
Sakaban-san Masami: The quite seed achieverMichel, , Our People, 0
Masami has remain active in Japan since she worked with Seedsavers in Australia at the Seed Savers Network HQ,...
Pink pineapples just the tip of icebergMichel, , Seed Blog, 0
A few genetically engineered fruits and vegetables are already available in grocery stores: Hawaiian papaya, some zucchini and squash,...
Pakistan Government Gives Free Hand to Monsanto et alMichel, , Seed Blog, 0
What impoverished farmers need is a range of maize varieties that are suitable to their very location. No doubt...