In spite of limited road and transportation access, farmers in rural Nicaragua are continuing to feed the country.
The starchy, drought tolerant cassava grows well in poor soils, making it an important crop. But where’s its centre of origin?
So you have a packet of bean seeds – now what?
How can farmers steward an agricultural oasis? Patience, hard work, environmentally friendly farming—and trees.
If sound food systems decisions are to be taken, we need the people at the heart of our food systems to be at the table.
Call to farmers: You are invited to participate in a focus group for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Bennis’s agroecological farm withstood two devastating hurricanes in 2020 while her neighbours’ farms did not.
In a year of upheaval, SeedChange donors made it possible to keep our work going.
Farmers want to lead in the shift to a climate-friendly sector, but they can’t do so without meaningful support.
Wayne Roberts was a long-time food activist, policy analyst and author who inspired many in their food sovereignty work.
COVID-19, huracanes y las comunidades agrícolas en Honduras: Una entrevista con nuestra organización asociada
¿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?
Getting on the gardening wagon and wondering how to choose seeds for your garden? We can help!
Mark Austin, former chair of the SeedChange board of directors, writes a touching tribute to his friend, Wayne Roberts.
Fruit, fodder and climate change adaptation tool: tuna is a versatile crop!
Complex farming systems need more than one-size-fits-all solutions.