On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Bioversity International scientists Marlène Elias and Riina Jalonen and researcher Narasimha Hegde from LIFE Trust, interviewed Ms Nagaveni Hegde, leader of the recently formed Matrabhoomi Women’s Group.
This booklet presents some of the men and women farmers who are contributing to the conservation of agricultural biodiversity in Kyrgyzstan and the Tajik Pamirs. 'Roots of our People' reflects on the nature of custodianship – on what it means, in practice, to care for the earth and one’s community.
- Genetic diversity and population structure of leafy kale and Brassica rupestris Raf. in south Italy
- Strengthening the role of custodian farmers in the national conservation programme of Nepal
- Predictive characterization of crop wild relatives and landraces. Technical guidelines version 1
- Metrics of sustainable diets and food systems - Bioversity International & CIHEAM-IAMM Workshop Report. November 4-5, 2014, Montpellier, France
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