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Seeds for Diversity and Inclusion
AbstractIn the Indigenous worldview, seeds are both biological entities and embodiments of immateriality: knowledge, culture and the sacred. Indigenous seed systems thus codify the human connection to nature. Yet such 'informal' systems, whether developed by Indigenous peoples or small-scale farmers, barely surface in policy debates. Krystyna Swiderska and Alejandro Argumedo seek to redress the balance in this detailed study of the principles, values and practices of Indigenous seed systems anddoi:10.1007/978-3-030-89405-4_4 fatcat:2fz322s6fbdztcouhxchfgw2ne