Exhibition: Agrobiodiversity in North-east India

This lady from Arunachal Pradesh, India, is using a small knife to cut rice panicles and is depositing them in the basket in her back. This photo was taken during a National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources (NBPGR, ICAR) exploration mission in 2012. Photo credit: Somnath Roy

The Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research, together with Bioversity International, NESFAS, the MSSRF, LI-BIRD, the Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty and NBPGR are pleased to invite you to visit the exhibition they are organizing on “Agrobiodiversity in North-east India” to take place at the Cultural Centre of the North East Hill University (NEHU) campus, Shillong, India, during the Indigenous Terra Madre – International Mei-Ramew Conference from 3-7 November 2015.

International Symposium on Biodiversity and Edible Wild Species, 1-4 November 2015, Antalya, Turkey


This  scientific program will cover all related aspects of  wild medicinal and aromatic plants, wild edible plants (including herbs and fruits used for foods), edible wild mushrooms and edible insects. This international symposium will provide a platform  biodiversity and foods, conservation of wild edible diversity, sustainable utilization, nutritional values,  processing and post-harvest activities  for food, […]

An update on the Neglected and Underutilized Species (NUS) project by PROINPA.

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The Foundation for the Promotion and Research of Andean Products in Bolivia (PROINPA) has released its Summary Report for 2011-2014 which presents the progress and results achieved in its projects during that period. The document is divided into three sections. The first one presents the progress of PROINPA´s research projects regarding plant genetic resources. The […]

New publication and video: Building, defending and strengthening agroecology


A new publication and video explore the meaning and politics of agroecology from social movement perspectives through the perspectives of food producers involved in the food sovereignty movement. Food producers say in their own words why agroecology is a key pathway towards better food systems and food sovereignty. •Download: Building, defending and strengthening agroecology. A […]