Let’s Cultivate Diversity – 22 and 23 June – Hayon Farm

Let’s Cultivate Diversity meeting on Peasant and Citizen Seeds

The Meuse-Rhine-Moselle Network (MRMN), made up of Belgian organizations – Nature et Progrès, Le Mouvement d’Action Paysanne, Li Mestère – and Luxembourg – SEED, was formed in 2016 with the support of the European coordination Let’s Liberate Diversity. The aim of the MRMN is to bring together and showcase the actors of the cultivated biodiversity in order to work together and to exchange not only seeds, but also the knowledge and know-how surrounding the peasants and citizens seeds.

It is for this reason that it will organize, with the help of the above mentionned EC-LLD and of the european project CERERE, the next Let’s Cultivate Diversity meeting, which aim is to bring together, on a regular basis, the European actors active on the issue. But the aim of the MRMN is also to expand its field of action by inviting interested people to join them in forming an active movement on the issue of peasant and citizen seeds in our region.

Here is the program.

Given the limited number of places, we would like this meeting to be reserved primarily for practitioners, whether they are farmers, seed growers, gardeners, processors or other people who work on the issue within their profession.

Interested? Please register here

Please be aware that only registered persons with a validated registration will have access to the forum. Given the limited reception capacity of the venue and our wish that a sufficient diversity of actors can be represented at this meeting, we reserve the right to validate your registration to ensure balance in the representativeness of the different participants.

This meeting is organized by the Meuse-Rhine-Moselle Network, with the support of the European coordination Let’s Liberate Diversity, as well as with the financial support of the European project CERERE.

                     

                                                          

“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727848”.