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The Story of Seed: Wild, domesticated, bred, and engineered. Where did we begin and where might we go?

Seed symposium kicks off with free lecture (April 16)

The Story of Seed: Wild, domesticated, bred, and engineered. Where did we begin and where might we go?

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Symposium looks at saving, restoring seed (April 17-18)

Symposium looks at saving, restoring seed (April 17-18)

MEDIA RELEASE Seed is the foundation of a thriving local agricultural economy and is essential to the development of Hawaii’s food production, future sustainability, and self-reliance. Hawaii currently imports nearly 90 percent of its food and 99 percent of its seed, creating a vulnerable and dependent agricultural economy in the state. Restoring and revitalizing the […]

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