Seed Saving is a Struggle

As the Dynaversity project is closing, URGENCI wants to highlight the need for the CSA movement to recognize and be more active on the issue of cultivated biodiversity. This article is the second of a series of 3, where best practices from the CSA movement are shared. Click here to download the article (1,9 MB).

To find more on the topic, you can also access the following resources:

  1. The Dynaversity project’s website: http://dynaversity.eu/
  2. The 1st article of the series on CSA and Cultivated Biodiversity: https://urgenci.net/lets-put-the-right-seeds-on-our-plate/
  3. The study on the potential of Community Supported Agriculture for cultivated biodiversity: https://urgenci.net/csa-and-cultivated-biodiversity-a-missed-rendezvous/
  4. The desk study on “How food diversity fosters healthier diets?”: http://dynaversity.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Dynaversity_DeskStudy.pdf
  5. The CSA4CSB (Community Supported Agriculture for Community Seed Banks) webinar recording (on URGENCI TV) and report : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jgpt7s3TQZ4&list=PLUyT7_Ad3oJJe8J6NdIvFmHN6lt8XM4VW&index=3; https://urgenci.net/csa-for-csb-webinar-report/
  6. The book « La graine de mon assiette »: https://urgenci.net/french/la-graine-de-mon-assiette/
  7. The Dynaversity videoscribes about key concepts related to agrobiodiversity