Diverse opinions in crop diversity conservation.
Saving crop diversity for future generations wouldn’t be possible without the hard work, passion and dedication of farmers, scientists, policymakers, grassroots organizations, individuals and multilateral organizations around the world.
The Crop Trust is committed to publishing diverse opinions by these seed guardians.
Seeds samples in Mali packed and ready to be deposited at the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in February 2023. Photo: Institut d’Economie Rurale, Mali
Saving the World, One Seed at a Time
You know how some superheroes work silently and selflessly behind the scenes to save the world from an unseen threat?
Genebank staff are a bit like that.
They operate largely outside the public eye; in the shadows, you might...
24 Feb 2023
Jamal Mabrouki, ICARDA technician. Grasspea breeding at ICARDA's facilities at Marchouch Station, Morocco. (Photo: Michael Major/Crop Trust)
Sustainable Food Systems Begin with Resilient Seeds
21 Feb 2023
Taking Stock of 2022
20 Dec 2022
Africa’s Food Security Depends on Nature’s Revival
16 Dec 2022
A Small Cost With a Big Benefit: Supporting Genebanks in Need
9 Dec 2022
Crop Diversity Can Save Food from the Climate Crisis
15 Nov 2022