Resources

This page contains resources related to the conference presentations. Please drop in here for updates during the conference.

For resources related to the Farmer’s Pride project, please visit: https://more.bham.ac.uk/farmerspride/key-documents/

To join us in establishing a European network for in situ conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources—in cultivation and in the wild, please visit: https://more.bham.ac.uk/farmerspride/network/

Session 1: Realizing the public and private benefits of in situ/on-farm PGR conservation

Session 2: Enhancing the use of PGR conserved in situ/on-farm

Session 3: Optimizing in situ/on-farm PGR population management

  • Farmer’s Pride project video: Ada Molina demonstrating the CWR look-up tool for protected area managers in Europe.

Session 4: Establishing a European network for in situ conservation and sustainable use of plant genetic resources

For queries relating to the conference please contact: PGRInSitu@gmail.com
For technical support during the live conference days please contact: support@farmersprideconference.org

Twitter: @PGRInSitu

📢 Accessing and sustainably using our #insitu plant genetic resources is key if in situ #conservation is to be effective. How can we do this?
See two new reports here > https://tinyurl.com/p6nrce5m
#foodsecurity #agriculture #plantbreeding #PGR

Recently, the conference "Ensuring Diversity for Food and Agriculture" was held. The importance of creating a European network for in situ conservation (conservation on site) of plant #genetic resources was one of the topics discussed. Read more here:
https://bit.ly/3yq5tES

The third issue of Genetic Resources is published. Access it on http://www.genresj.org or directly through its DOI: https://doi.org/10.46265/genresj.2021.3

"The interest & concerns of smallholder #farmers must not be left out." - @kentnnadozie, Secy, Intl @planttreaty

#ItAllStartsWithTheSeed🌱#seeds

@FAO @PGRInSitu @worldfarmers @IFAD @UNDP @UNDPabs @UNBiodiversity @globalseedsaver @World_FoodForum @FoodSystems @UNEP @GYBN_CBD

The third issue of Genetic Resources was published on 29 June 2021 and is available on http://www.genresj.org and using its DOI: https://doi.org/10.46265/genresj.2021.3

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