by Lauren Berlekamp, September 25, 2013
Recently, the seed saving movement has regained popularity as part of the growing backlash against the corporatization of the food supply and genetically engineered crops, also known as GMOs. Seed banks, libraries and swaps are springing up across the globe as individuals and communities reclaim access to local, open pollinated sources of seed. For many, the tools related to seed saving have not changed since the time people began sorting, sifting and storing seeds for next year’s bounty. However, one group has a new “weapon of mass creation” to offer the global seed sovereignty movement….