Deep Roots publication cover - International Year of Family Farming

Open access publication on family farming now online

Director General M. Ann Tutwiler and Bioversity International scientist Pablo Eyzaguirre are among the contributors to this 300-page, illustrated book...

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Participatory mapping with communities in Zambia. Credit: Wageningen University/T.del Rio

Gender affects how landscapes are used for nutrition

Bioversity International scientist Natalia Estrada-Carmona writes about her work in the Barotse floodplain in Zambia, investigating how men and women...

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Multifunctional landscape in Northwest Vietnam. Credit: Bioversity International/L.Sebastian

Launching the Ecosystem Services and Resilience Framework

Led by Bioversity International scientists and a group of experts, the Ecosystem Services and Resilience Framework will guide all activities of the...

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Presenting group work during workshop in Lao. Credit: Bioversity International/R.Vernooy

Crop diversification strategies for Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam

Bioversity International scientist Ronnie Vernooy and national partner V. Vongkhamsao share some of the discussions at a recent workshop on crop...

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With women farmers in the field, Ethiopia. Credit: C. Samper

Celebrating World Food Day with family farmers in Ethiopia

M. Ann Tutwiler, Director General, Bioversity International tells us about her recent visit to Ethiopia with the Board of Trustees, and how we are...

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Seeds for Needs – Papua New Guinea. Images by Bioversity International/P.Quek

Seeds for Needs – Papua New Guinea

As a tribute to the International Year of Family Farming, we would like to present a publication on agriculture in Papua New Guinea through which...

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CGIAR Development Dialogues - 25th September, New York

This CGIAR event will focus global attention on agriculture, livestock, fisheries, forestry, landscapes, and food systems. Bioversity International...

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Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference

Join us at the Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference 8-12 September  

Follow updates from Bioversity International and the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems during next week's Ecosystem Services...

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Farmer with Cassia tora. Credit: Bioversity International/B.Danjimo

Women farming wild species in West Africa

Women play an important role in domesticating nutritious wild species in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger both for sale and home consumption. 

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Diverse and colorful landscape bridges agriculture and conservation in Peru

Bridging solutions for the post-2015 agenda

M. Ann Tutwiler’s latest blog post urges global leaders to join forces as discussions for climate change solutions take place this week in Bonn at the...

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