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Our Seeds: Seeds Blong Yumi

May 2009

By Seedsavers

This is a rallying cry that shows the way in which people in many parts of the world are resisting seed privatization through actions big and small. A useful and sometimes inspirational tool for those organizing around food issues, this documentary helps those in urban settings to understand the high stakes involved in agricultural issues which too often seem remote from their lives.

RS

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This column was published in the May 2009 issue of New Internationalist. To read more, buy this issue or subscribe.

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