Watch | The seed savers of India

A video on the seed savers who are working to keep India's agricultural diversity alive

April 03, 2020 08:44 pm | Updated April 04, 2020 01:49 pm IST - Chennai

The movement to save heirloom seeds is growing in India. Farmers, collectives and organisations are working to protect traditional seeds. Vandana Shiva's Navdanya Biodiversity Farm in Uttarakhand and Noida's Beejom farm are among the pioneer seed savers. The video features some of the prominent seed savers in India.

Click the links below to read about the growing seed saving movement

Meet the people saving our precious grains and giving us lessons in self-sufficiency

The home gardeners sharing their produce with neighbours

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