This World Food Day, we’re celebrating the people who really feed the world: small-scale family farmers. “How will we feed… View Article
What was billed as the “people’s summit” ended up alienating the very people at the core of the food system: smallholder and peasant farmers.
Just like the seeds we plant in our gardens, the vegetable seed industry in Canada is really diverse!
A family farmer in Honduras discusses COVID, hurricanes and an incredibly difficult growing season in this Q&A.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s consultation regarding changes to Part V of Canada’s Seed Regulations will close on September 16, 2021.
Ama has been a leading activist for food sovereignty and food justice for the past 15 years.
COVID-19 travel restrictions meant it was almost impossible for Porfiria Guerrero Salgado and Reynaldo Matey Guerrero to get their harvest to the cities.
We are recruiting for both our amazing boards of directors! Background SeedChange’s mission is to build food sovereignty by working… View Article
“It has been a privilege to work alongside you. I will remain a committed supporter and will be cheering from the sidelines.”
The UN Food Systems Summit has been called out for its corporate influence and lack of focus on the people who actually grow our food.
“My aspiration for my children is that they be happy, that they fight for others.”
To be silent at this time is to be complicit in denying the ongoing reality of settler colonialism.
“Seeds. Incredible capsules full of three very important things: hope, life and promise. Three things I also wish for all… View Article
After nearly five years as our executive leadership team, Jane Rabinowicz and Martin Settle are making a change.
Protecting our greatest ally against the climate crisis: Agriculture, biodiversity loss and climate change
Smallholder family farmers protect our greatest ally in the fight against climate change: biodiversity.
In spite of limited road and transportation access, farmers in rural Nicaragua are continuing to feed the country.