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Food, Seed and Climate Change Resilience

15th February 2024

Looking Forward to Seed Week

As we enter into 2024, there is a growing sense of urgency for decisive change. Conflict, social unrest, climate breakdown and biodiversity collapse are all happening – now. So now… Read More

9th February 2024

We Feed The UK Launches in Liverpool

It’s hard to sum up our feelings about the launch of We Feed The UK, but poet Bohdan Piasecki’s face does a pretty good job. The energy that filled those galleries on… Read More

Between The Lines by Hot Poet Liv Torc
9th December 2023

Between The Lines

10 poets, 10 photographers, 10 food growers: We Feed The UK launches in February 2024, weaving together the arts and environment to reframe nature-friendly farming in support of the transition… Read More

9th October 2023

We Feed The UK: coming to a billboard near you!

We Feed The UK is weaving together the arts and environment, to re-story regenerative farmers as custodians of Britain’s biocultural diversity. Launching on 8th February 2024 at The Open Eye… Read More

4th October 2023

Financial Times reports: growing calls for crop diversity

The Gaia Foundation’s UK & Ireland Seed Sovereignty Programme features in a new report from the Financial Times on the increasing need for resilience in our food system. Click here… Read More

27th September 2023

Celebrating community life through seed

Gaia’s Sara Davies brings us along on her recent trip to Bikita’s Seed Fair in Zimbabwe… The minibus eases its way carefully across the rocks and onto the uneven ground… Read More

7th August 2023

Celebrating the Life & Work of Dr Melaku Worede

“The foundation for regenerating traditional farming systems is to work with communities to revive their former seed diversity and related knowledge. Once this foundation is laid, scientists can add a… Read More

6th July 2023

We Feed the World: Resisting a Farm-Free Future

Why we must celebrate the ingenuity, resilience and wisdom of small-holder farming communities now more than ever, as the damaging agenda for lab-grown foods gains pace.   The community of… Read More

7th March 2023

Healthy Crops: A forgotten classic of agroecological science

Tara Gibson Pinheiro explores the intriguing story and critical importance of Healthy Crops: A New Agricultural Revolution– a lost classic of agroecological science now republished online for the first time… Read More

Seeding Tomorrow
6th February 2023

Seeding Tomorrow: A New Seed Sovereignty Film

Seeds and people: we have shaped each other. Throughout human history we have chosen the most resilient, most productive, most nutritious seeds; those seeds have nourished us the following year,… Read More