Tag Archive for: seed sovereignty

What is Seed Sovereignty? (article)

Compiled by Naomi Cook, former NEU Seedbank Volunteer Coordinator at the School of Socio-Economics & Ecology (2019) What is Seed Sovereignty? We are familiar with the concept of human sovereignty but how about seeds?  Here is a definition of Seed Sovereignty, a term first used by activist and Global...

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remineralize the earth (website)

  This is a good resource in alignment with NEU’s discipline of Ecology & Regeneration, a website, Remineralize the Earth, a paradigm shift away from conventional chemical farming is a new frontier, Soil Remineralization—the key to sustainable agriculture. Has many varied resources for your continued studies. (Turtle Mountain Photo by Dr...

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seed sovereignty through world seed banks

  Researched, collated and written by the faculty, associated fellows and staff of the Ecology & Regeneration discipline at NewEarth University’s School of Socio-Economics & Ecology Seed Sovereignty is… Learning to Save Our Seeds NewEarth University’s faculty, fellows and staff have engaged in doing some research to help establish...

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