Marie's Corner

October 2015 in Photos

October has proven to be the busiest month of 2015 for us all at the Crop Trust. We have organized events and activities all over the world – from welcoming forage specialists at the Secretariat in Bonn, to hosting journalists in Svalbard, to meeting our Donors Council and Executive Board members in Rome, and hosting two global meetings in Izmir, Turkey.

Online, the Crop Wild Relatives Project website, as well as the Genesys PGR portal, were re- launched, updated and enhanced.

We are extremely grateful to His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, who since October officially is the Crop Trust’s Patron.

Now I kindly invite you to see a 15-image-and-caption summary that showcases some of our diverse undertakings in the month of October, as we strengthen our role in safeguarding and making available crop diversity, forever.

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How Peru’s Potato Museum Could Stave Off World Food Crisis

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Wild Plants from Four Continents Deliver Climate Change Lifeline for Crops

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Meet the Chef Serving up Pork Schmaltz in Appalachia

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The Ponte Rotto of Rome

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A Closer Look at Coffee

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22 People & Organizations Working to Preserve Appalachia’s Biodiversity

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Crop Trust Appoints New Executive Director

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From Coffee to Cosmetics

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The Plant Treaty: Q&A with Crop Trust Director of Science, Luigi Guarino

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Marking the first 15 years of forever

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The Chef Keeping Appalachian Food for Appalachians

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