Fruit, fodder and climate change adaptation tool: tuna is a versatile crop!
Complex farming systems need more than one-size-fits-all solutions.
What are your resolutions for 2021? We have a few!
Seed savers are key to communities’ food security and food sovereignty.
We know this year’s holidays will look pretty different for everyone. But we can still send cards! Here are two we made for you.
Last year, we asked for help with a critical project in Bolivia: helping farmers bring water to their mountain farms.
This Giving Tuesday, support life-changing agriculture training for farmers in Bolivia!
This woman shortlisted for Canada’s next five dollar bank note is the founder of one of the country’s first humanitarian aid organizations.
The Government of Canada supports SeedChange with $2.6 million to prevent a food crisis in Latin America
Since August, SeedChange has been delivering a $2.6 million emergency food security response program in the Dry Corridor of Honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua, funded by the Government of Canada.
With food prices rising and the pandemic disrupting supply chains, would everyone be able to find and afford enough food?
“I don’t worry that there are no vegetables in the market because I produce what I need.”
Indigenous seed keepers are experiencing increased demand for seeds from their communities because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“This unique partnership has endured for more than two decades. I can’t overstate how powerful and rare this is.”
“You almost cannot help but feel connected when you work with seed.”
Squash began in Central America and Mexico and includes some of the largest and most diverse fruits in the plant kingdom.
In May, we turned to SeedChange supporters to raise emergency funds for Nicaragua.