Farming Matters | 32.2 | June 2016
This issue of Farming Matters looks at the growing number of initiatives that aim to revive the potential of traditional plant species, and illustrates that these plants can strengthen resilient family farming rooted in agroecology and diversity.
Traditional plants and crops strengthen nutrition, culture and food sovereignty and thereby build resilience and resistance – for farmers, and for anyone who eats. However, they have largely been neglected in mainstream agriculture and food.
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