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Como Una Espiga en un Pajar: A Course on Collecting, Processing and Conservation of Crop Wild Relatives

16 dedicated participants from Guatemala, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil and Chile convened in Chile this January to learn best practices for collecting and conserving crop wild relatives. Hosted by INIA Chile in their Vicuña Experimental Station and led by the Millennium Seed Bank, Kew Gardens, the workshop combined theory, laboratory practicals, field exercises and just plain fun. We invite you to read the latest project blog in Spanish, “Como Una Espiga en un Pajar” and view the image gallery below, which highlights the course from beginning to end.

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