Compiled by Naomi Cook, NEU Seedbank Coordinator at the School of Socio-Economics & Ecology (2019)
What is Seed Sovereignty?
“Seed sovereignty reclaims seeds and biodiversity as commons and public good. The farmer’s rights to breed and exchange diverse open sourced seeds which can be saved and which are not patented, genetically modified, owned or controlled by emerging seed giants.”
From the Lexicon of Food portal, Definition (Note: link takes you out of the NEU site): https://www.lexiconoffood.com/taxonomy/term/82
Great 3 min. SEED Production Video at the same site: https://www.lexiconoffood.com/video/seeds
Join us in this seminal project for Seed Sovereignty
Contact@newearth.university, attn: SeedBank Coord
~ Save Our Seeds! ~