New report highlights locally-grown seed diversity in Canada

New report highlights locally-grown seed diversity in Canada

The non-profit organization, SeedChange, has published a new report titled ″Building Climate-Resilient Seed Systems in Canada″ that highlights local organic seeds as key to food and seed security, and climate-resilient agriculture.

The majority of vegetable seed sold in Canada is imported from the United States, Europe, and Asia, where it is bred and/or grown before being offered to Canadian seed companies for resale, according to the report.

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