Blog post: Working with nature through agricultural biodiversity

In this blog post from Agroecology Now! Patrick Mulvany of the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR) at Coventry University argues that agricultural biodiversity needs go beyond just seed diversity. Rather, he argues, there should be intentional diversity in many dimensions of agroecology, such as management practices, livestock breeds, forest species, support species, agroecosystems, soil organisms, pollinators, and so on.

Read the full blog post here. See also the Table explainer What is the land sparing-sharing continuum?

10 Dec 2020
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