The way to safeguard our food supply in the midst of climate chaos is by using and adapting the plant and animal genetic diversity that rural peoples have bred and nurtured over 10,000 years. Learn more about this connection between diversity and our food system by browsing through these resources pages featuring teaching tools, multimedia, publications and links.
We’ve prepared a list of resources to explore what’s wrong with our food system and what we can do about it for everybody from a general audience to teachers and students from kindergarten to high school. We’ve also prepared some material to help teachers use Seedmap in the classroom!
Printed Seed Maps
What your own copy of the Seedmap? Click here to access our downloadable maps.
We’ve compiled a list of films, audio, pictures/slideshows, powerpoint presentations as well as online maps, games and interactive tools exploring key questions for our food systems.
The Seedmap team keeps a list of key publications on topics related to Biodiversity and Agroecology up to date and ready for you to dive in and learn more about our environments and food systems.
Click through to be introduced to some of our partners, kindred organizations, and important actors working for food sovereignty and resilience.