Free the Soil camp planned for September 19-25!
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You read right, this weekend at the International plenary in Bremen we collectively decided on the dates for the Free the Soil camp and action: September 19-25! There were around 40 folks from different collectives around Northern Europe. At the meeting and we came up with a tentative schedule, did … verder lezen

Mobil kitchen “Le Sabot” cooks at FAF #3
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We are happy to announce that “Le Sabot”, the activist mobile Kitchen, is gonna cook for guests, participants and volunteers on the Food Autonomy Festival from the 31st of May til 2nd of June. The people who are involved in this collective are activist themselves. The word sabotage derives from … verder lezen

From seed patents in Ethiopia to farming in Amsterdam
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We had a great time during the two Reclaim the Seeds events, the first in Amsterdam and the second in Wageningen the following weekend. We were busy with the info stand sharing information and spreading the word about our FFA campaign. The days at the Fruittuin were filled with talks … verder lezen

‘Fossil Free Agriculture’ ESC open position: Apply Now!
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Do you have an affinity with activism, grass-roots organising, or campaigning on agriculture and food issues, as well as social justice? Are you concerned about climate change? Would you like to change our current food system towards a more fair and sustainable one? We are looking for three to four … verder lezen

Reclaim the Seeds 2019 – intimate, grand and biodivers seedfairs
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ASEED at Reclaims the Seeds Amsterdam
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Come and join us for a weekend full of seed exchanges, political discussions, gardening workshops and farm tours at the Reclaim the Seeds event on the 23rd and 24th March at the Fruittuin van West in Amsterdam! But there are more Reclaim the Seeds events in the Netherlands in 2019! … verder lezen

Successful Agroecological Case Studies: #2 Chololo Ecovillage, Tanzania
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In central Tanzania, the project Chololo Ecovillage was launched in 2011 as a response to effects of climate change that are already affecting agricultural production, such as changing rainfall patterns. The success of the project can be attributed among other things to a multi-dimensional approach: not only production practices, but … verder lezen

Successful Agroecology Case Studies: #1 Sikkim, India
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Study of agroecological cases; Introduction: monthly article on Agroecology successful practices. In these monthly bulletins we’ll briefly highlight some examples where  agroecological practices, and therefore synthetic fertilizer free, are succeeding. The aim of sharing this information is to spread the knowledge of different projects where there are not only relationships between agriculture and … verder lezen

Reclaim the Seeds with 6 seed fairs
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Success! We are pleased to announce a number of seed exchanges! Saturday 2 February 2019, Oudenaarde (BE): Reclaim the Seeds – ‘kiemen van verzet’ / ‘sprouting resistance’ Big companies and European seed legislation threaten the diversity in our gardens and on our plates. Industry largely determines what we eat and … verder lezen

Free the Soil meeting in Berlin!
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During the weekend of January 18th-20th 2019, two ASEED volunteers travelled to Berlin for the second international meeting of Free the Soil. Free the Soil is a growing network of dedicated people committed to highlighting the devasting effects of industrial agriculture on the planet and all life forms with its … verder lezen

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