Organic plant breeder Peter Kunz and FiBL invite you to their field day on organic grain legumes. Wednesday 6 June from 14 – 16h in Feldbach (Swiss) the fields with leguminoses mixed cropping and lupines are visited.
Greek partner of LIVESEED, AEGILOPS – Network for Biodiversity and Ecology in Agriculture organizes a workshop within the framework of the 27th Agrotica ( International Fair for Agricultural Machinery Equipment and Supplies ) at Thessaloniki , on Sunday 4.2.2018, from 16.30-19.00 pm, (N Germanos Congress Center, Hall D): “Present and future for organic seed
Port Townsend, WA – Organic Seed Alliance (OSA), along with co-hosts Washington State University, Oregon State University, and eOrganic, will hold the 9th Organic Seed Growers Conference in Corvallis, Oregon, from February 14-17, 2018. The conference features more than 60 experts in the fields of organic seed production, breeding, and policy. The gathering includes a full agenda
At the organic fair in Nuremberg form 14 – 17 February LIVESEED organises a workshop on organic seed use: Thursday 15th February 11 – 11.45h; Room Budapest. The workshop will be co-organised by IFOAM EU (Eric Gall) and Bionext (Maaike Raaijmakers). The workshop presents diverse situations regarding organic seed use and policy in EU countries
19-21 February 2018 – University of Kassel, Witzenhausen, Germany Various national and international projects aim at exploiting the benefits of species mixtures to design productive, diversified, resilient and environmentally friendly agro-ecological cropping systems less dependent on external inputs than current systems and acceptable to farmers and actors in the agri-food chain. Inter- or intra-species diversity
Establishing alternatives to seed monopolies 19 October 2017, Brussels – Market concentration in the seed sector is growing incessantly. Demanding better seed policies is not enough to stop this trend. Strategies and practical alternatives to counter further privatising and monopolisation of seed are needed to save the basis of our food system. Speakers and participants
1 June 2017 marked the official start of the LIVESEED project. During the kick-off meeting from 19 to 21 June in Leuven all partners gathered to discuss the activities of the first year and how we reach our goal aiming for 100% organic seed by 2037. Main activities in the upcoming months will be state-of