The SeedChange community mourns a huge loss, with the sudden passing of our colleague and friend Ibrahim Ouedraogo.
Farmers everywhere are on the frontlines of climate change, writes SeedChange Executive Director, Jane Rabinowicz in The Hill Times.
We need to work together in solidarity, across borders, to tackle this crisis and the many others that layer onto it.
We’re all doing what we can to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Here’s what SeedChange staff are reading, watching and listening to right now.
Looking for something new to try with your dry beans? We’ve got you covered!
We are all connected and compassion is our collective project. Together, we will get through this.
Terraces help prevent landslides and ensure hillside farms have moist, happy soil.
Seeds are tiny things with a big job: producing beautiful, delicious, sustainable and diverse food.
Any conversation about climate change in 2020 must include agriculture.
“Being a global citizen requires continual consideration of the impact one’s life has on others beyond one’s immediate community and country.”
Our ED, Jane Rabinowicz, discusses Farmers for Climate Solutions in the National Observer.
We urge the Canadian government to uphold its commitments as a signatory to the UNDRIP.
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.
“Not only have I gained a lot of knowledge, but I’ve also become much more emancipated as a housewife.”
What are your resolutions for 2020? We have a few!