Call to farmers: You are invited to participate in a focus group for diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Bennis’s agroecological farm withstood two devastating hurricanes in 2020 while her neighbours’ farms did not.
Farmers want to lead in the shift to a climate-friendly sector, but they can’t do so without meaningful support.
COVID-19, huracanes y las comunidades agrícolas en Honduras: Una entrevista con nuestra organización asociadaFebruary 10, 2021 5:17 pm Leave your thoughts
¿Cómo están afrontando las comunidades de laderas el doble golpe de COVID-19 y una intensa temporada de huracanes? Hablamos con nuestra contraparte local para conocer más.
How are smallholder farmers in Honduras coping with the double whammy of COVID-19 and an intense hurricane season?
Complex farming systems need more than one-size-fits-all solutions.
What are your resolutions for 2021? We have a few!
We need to approach post-COVID-19 recovery in the food system in a way that’s also going to build resilience to climate change.
Farmers everywhere are on the frontlines of climate change, writes SeedChange Executive Director, Jane Rabinowicz in The Hill Times.
Any conversation about climate change in 2020 must include agriculture.
Our ED, Jane Rabinowicz, discusses Farmers for Climate Solutions in the National Observer.
Partnerships, crop breeding, conserving biodiversity... just a bit of what we do around the world.
The world lost 75 per cent of its crop diversity in the last century. But farmers in Canada are working to reverse the trend.
Farmers are impacted by the climate crisis, but the way they tend the land can help mitigate climate change.
Thirty-three per cent of the Earth's soil is already degraded - and as much as 90 per cent could become degraded by 2050.