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29th March 2021

Launched: The Wales Seed Hub / Hwb Hadau Cymru

Today we are delighted to announce that the Hwb Hadau Cymru/Wales Seed Hub has launched! The Hub is a cooperative of growers producing seed on Welsh farms using agroecological practices. They aim… Read More

29th March 2021

Uganda recognises rights of Nature, customary laws, sacred natural sites

With our Ugandan partners ANARDE and Africe, we are delighted to share new developments in our work to protect Nature, revive culture and pursue the decolonisation of law alongside the… Read More

18th March 2021

In the balance: Gaia’s equinox update

18th March 2021 Gaia’s Director, Liz Hosken, shares an Equinox message and puts the spotlight on the incredible work of our global partners from Africa to the Arctic in the… Read More

3rd March 2021

Gaarú: the growing African movement for Earth Jurisprudence

“Gaarú stands for a concern for all life.” – Simon Mitambo Africa’s most iconic ecosystems, from the Okavango Delta to Uganda’s Great Lakes are facing new threats. But a uniquely… Read More

27th January 2021

Join the revolution: a Seed Week roundup

Dear Friends,  Last week, despite all the obstacles created by COVID, we held our biggest Seed Week yet! Our stories, films and photos celebrating seeds and their keepers reached over 400,000 people and… Read More

20th January 2021

OUT NOW: Llafur Ni – Our Grains

Watch Gaia’s latest film – Llafur Ni (Our Grains)– about a farmer’s 20-year quest to find and revive the Welsh black oats his grandfather once grew. Welsh organic farmer Gerald… Read More

18th January 2021

Seed Sovereignty – Much to Celebrate this Seed Week

Shoots of Hope 2020, the Year of the Seed. Okay, of course 2020 will forever be synonymous with the Coronavirus pandemic, but if we could re-brand it, the Year of… Read More

14th January 2021

Seed Week: How to get involved!

In this Seed Week preview newsletter, Gaia’s Seed Sovereignty UK & Ireland Coordinator, Sinéad Fortune, shares the ways you can get involved with our fourth annual Seed Week from 18-22nd… Read More

13th January 2021

The Ecologist: A forgotten classic of agroecological science

What can a forgotten classic of organic science from 1985 tell us about the solutions offered by organic and agroecological farming in 2021? In a new article for The Ecologist,… Read More

12th January 2021

Healthy Crops: A New Agricultural Revolution

First published in 1985 by agronomist Francis Chaboussou, Healthy Crops: A New Agricultural Revolution is republished online in full here for the first time! A forgotten classic, Healthy Crops offers… Read More