The founders’ group consists of five active and dedicated individuals who share work around the network. They gained their skills to organise and manage projects through their involvement in gardening, nature conservation, food-self provisioning and community agriculture. Practically the initiative would like to preserve gardens ‘instead of lawn and thuja’. They pursue in situ maintenance of agricultural genetic diversity to help adaptation of farmers to vulnerabilities of the changing climate and market. Beyond farmers the network is open to everyone with an interest in food self-provisioning, home gardeners, hobby gardeners, and invites them into community-building around seed saving and swapping. At the heart of the network is cultivation of trust based relations.
This CTP describes the process of organising the Open Day on Agrobiodiversity in the Parliament.
This CTP is about the first seed-swapping event in the town of Szeged, Hungary.
The CTP consists of the impacts of the International Meeting at Arche Noah on Magház.
The CTP consists of the process of establishment of Magház.
The CTP consists of the effects of Let's Liberate Diversity conference on Magház.
The CTP describes the process of creating the first publication of Magház.
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