2016

Protecting our Food Heritage

Few things on Earth are as miraculous, or as vital, as seeds ...

But, in the last century, 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared, as biotech chemical companies now control the majority of our seeds,
Farmers, scientists, lawyers, and indigenous seed keepers are fighting a David and Goliath battle to defend the future of our food. In this harrowing and heartening story, these reluctant heroes rekindle a lost connection to our most treasured resource and revive a culture connected to seeds.

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Full length: (94 mins.) ... Date: (Apr 2016)

Featured activists: Dr. Vandana Shiva; Dr. Jane Goodall.

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Official ... → Seed the Movie .com Related ... → Hawaii spray zones (Update - Apr'18) See also ... → Discussion Guide ...download


In short, discussions ...

Sustainable Living: (docos, talks) - farming gardening, soil ...

Rob Lerner is a biologist, environmentalist, and entrepreneur, and biochar philanthropreneur, engaged in biochar project development ...
Biochar - Rob Lerner
Biochar – Rob Lerner
Methods of sustainable provision that were given to man in the garden of Eden ...
Back to Eden
Back to Eden
Farmer-hero Joel Salatin, Polyface Farms, outlines his ideas about getting into small-scale farming ...
How To - Start Being a Farmer
How To – Start Being a Farmer
Sweeping land reforms are needed. As the farming population dwindles, what will happen to the land ...
Young Agrarians Needed
Young Agrarians Needed
New scientific research showing that plants and trees communicate and behave in ways that engender forest ...
The Science of Forest Wisdom
The Science of Forest Wisdom
Venture into the secretive underground life of a remarkable world that few of us understand or ...
The Magic of Mushrooms
The Magic of Mushrooms
Biodiversity and Future Proofing Food Sources and seeds ...
Seed Hunter
Seed Hunter
Neoliberalism very rapidly became an organised racket for transferring the wealth from the poor to the ...
The Mess We're In
The Mess We’re In
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