“This unique partnership has endured for more than two decades. I can’t overstate how powerful and rare this is.”
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In May, we turned to SeedChange supporters to raise emergency funds for Nicaragua.
“Our local seed varieties are ours and we must protect them.” Community seed banks can... View Article
As a farmer I’ve always felt my job was important, but up until this year I’d never been called a hero.
We must act now to prevent a major food crisis in Central America in the wake of COVID-19.
Farmers everywhere are on the frontlines of climate change, writes SeedChange Executive Director, Jane Rabinowicz in The Hill Times.
Partnerships, crop breeding, conserving biodiversity... just a bit of what we do around the world.
In the Global South, a majority of women are farmers.
At just fifteen years old, Denia founded a group that would change her community and the trajectory of her life.
With biodiversity declining at a tremendous rate, it will take everyone working together to safeguard what is left.
“Estamos resguardando y protegiendo nuestra agrobiodiversidad nativa.”
When women farmers are treated like the experts they are, it's not just women who benefit, but entire communities.
"Ever since I was a little girl, I knew that farming was my thing to do. What I liked most was being in the field."
Women farmers in Honduras just launched a new microenterprise specializing in all things sesame!
This corn can literally stand up to hurricanes.
Here's how agroecology has been part of the shift to diversified food systems in countries where SeedChange works.