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SeedChange / Sème l’avenir (USC Canada) 25m
It’s time to reclaim the power of food. No matter the size of your garden, if you plant, save and share unique seed varieties, you can keep them from disappearing.
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Lavetanalagi Seru May 26
Ensuring & - through skills building on in partnership with FRIEND Fiji. Next training is next week in Lautoka . Intrested - DM for details. Training is free of charge. Encouraging young people to make use of this opportunity!
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Lavetanalagi Seru May 26
Beekeeping training now in session in partnership with - morning session covers theoretical understanding of beekeeping. - what is Beekeeping - how to get started - different tools used in beekeeping - how to set up bee boxes
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indianz.com May 26
Among disruptions are bare supermarket shelves. As you seek ways to replace your favored food items, you can look to Native gardens for ideas and inspiration.
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Puente a la Salud 8m
Victory gardens. Cooperative gardens. Urban farming. Pandemic planting. Whatever you call it, it's all part of a rising trend that collectively puts us on the path for . Read ' take here 👉
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Vote #Evans4Idaho #Libertarian #ShesWithUs May 26
Good night. 4 rows of ornamental corn, 2 rows of melons. 6 rows left. Big plot should be finished tomorrow evening and we move to the winter squash plot. Got some rototiller work coming up...
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AFSA May 22
Malnutrition is the result of the erosion of seed diversity. Yield is not the only equation for needs a diverse, healthy, and culturally appropriate . Preserving is the right path to
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Simran Sethi May 24
I interviewed three extraordinary purveyors - , Fedco & Southern Exposure Seed Exchange - to learn about it takes to grow out seed, the recent surge in sales due to Covid-19 and what those sales might tell us about & .
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Food, Land And Climate Justice In Caribbean 4h
Mildred Crawford, one of the guests to our last webinar, was invited to speak on Radio Power 106 about land and food security in Jamaica. Here ⬇️ the recording!
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NationalLiberal 1h
Replying to @NationalLiberal
The National Liberal Party Asks … How Do We Achieve Food Sovereignty? Join The Debate! RT
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Agroecology Fund 22h
The COVID-19 pandemic is revealing the cracks in our global, industrialized food system. ' series features the stories of charting the way forward.
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BlackEpiMatters 20h
"We [Black people] don't farm 'cause it's trendy; we farm as resistance, for healing & sovereignty." names environmental racism & injustices in her blog
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Vote #Evans4Idaho #Libertarian #ShesWithUs May 25
is coming along. 60 more plants in and some maintenance covered tonight.
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NFFC 18h
The disruption in our food system/supply by has proven that fighting for is more important now than it ever was.
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Food, Land And Climate Justice In Caribbean May 26
Marcela Ampudia Sjogren from Old Providencia sharing what they do on the island to work for food security and restructure the food system of an island that is increasingly food dependent.
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masego madzwamuse May 27
Good thing about is that it has disrupted the flow of fertliser & hybrid seeds to farmers. Creating an opportunity for and Flaida Macheze and Joe Mazinga
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University for Peace May 26
staff, faculty and students have had to adapt to new ways of doing things. Here, screenshots from Dr. online in Practice.
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GreenAmigoHTX May 20
Photos from this evening! A harvest from community garden at Herman Brown Park! 🌱💚🙏🏽✊🏽💪🏽💚 🌱
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Dr. Vandana Shiva May 20
Rice,wheat ragi, jowar cultivated according to climate & culture.This is not but an agriculture of care for biodiversity,culture,health & force ecologically inappropriate Govts Cannot impose such destruction
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Just Food May 27
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