At SeedChange, we believe that farmers have the right to save seed.
Sitan used to walk hours every day to the market in Bamako, Mali to sell agricultural goods.
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.
Research in organic systems is supporting a long neglected agricultural sector that is responding remarkably.
We need a shift to diversified, eco-friendly food systems. That means agriculture needs to change.
Did you know Canada does not produce enough vegetable seed to meet farmers’ needs?
Herlinda is transforming her community’s understanding of gender roles.
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“Everyone at the table!” SeedChange reacts to the new National Food Policy.
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In Honduras, it’s usually men who own land and manage crop sales. But Jeidy always dreamed of running her own farm.