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Crop diversity, wild relatives, and food security- PhD completed!

This past week, DAPA’s visiting researcher Colin Khoury successfully completed his PhD at Wageningen University in the Netherlands, defending his thes Read more...

Getting ahead of the trends in global diets

DAPA has prepared a new policy brief examining the implications for CGIAR research of recent research findings about the changing composition of globa Read more...

CWR Inventory for the US wins Crop Science award

"Outstanding Paper on Plant Genetic Resources in 2014" by the Division C-8 Plant Genetic Resources of the Crop Science Society of America Read more...

Capacity Building of Collecting and Long-Term Conservation of Crop Wild Relative Seeds: The Uganda Training Course 2014

Following on from a successful training course in Vietnam, the CWR project ran a training course in Kampala, Uganda from 11-15 August 2014, in collabo Read more...

Prioritized crop wild relative inventory published

Why is it that despite their potential value, many crop wild relative (CWR) species are not adequately collected and conserved? If we don’t know what Read more...

Crop wild relative conservation results now available through interactive map

The cwrdiversity.org website has just released a new Crop Wild Relative Global Atlas, providing the opportunity to explore distributions and conservat Read more...

Climate Analogues arrives in Costa Rica, this time for PGR conservation

This post was first published on 6 September 2012 on the CCAFS blog. Read the original post here. By Flora Mer The Climate Analogues tool is back, and Read more...

Launch of website on crop wild relatives and climate change

We are happy to announce the launch of the Crop Wild Relatives and Climate Change website. The site is dedicated to compiling and providing informatio Read more...

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