Seedmap.org is a unique, user-friendly, interactive and comprehensive online tool to explore where our food comes from, the challenges facing agriculture today, and strategies to overcome them.

Click through and learn about the origins of our food crops, the farmers who continue to nurture them, the threats to our food supply, and achievable solutions.

 

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    Agroecology Can Help Fix Our Broken Food System. Here’s How.

Agroecology Can Help Fix Our Broken Food System. Here’s How.

The various incarnations of the sustainable food movement need a science with which to approach a system as complex as food and farming.
  • A member of the Rural Women's Farmers Association of Ghana RUWFAG hanging corn to preserve the seeds for sowing near Lawra, Ghana. (Photo: Global Justice Now / flickr / CC BY 2.0)
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    The Corporate Takeover of Africa’s Food Is on Shaky Grounds – It’s Time for Action.

The Corporate Takeover of Africa’s Food Is on Shaky Grounds – It’s Time for Action.

In return for western aid and investment, African governments are reforming laws to benefit multinational corporations like Monsanto

Soil: The Substance of Transformation

Soil – the substance of transformation was the subject of this year’s Global Soil Week (GSW) in Berlin, giving a clear indication of how this most overlooked, but most important of all food production resources, is now just beginning to receive the attention.