Crop wild relatives: latest newsletter

The Crop Wild Relatives (CWR) Project that is implemented by Bioversity International with funding provided by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and implementation support from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has just issued their latest newsletter.

The CWR Project has been a five year project that has focused on in situ conservation of crop wild relatives through enhanced information management and field application. It has been implemented in five countries Armenia, Bolivia, Madagascar, Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan.

The project is coming to a close, but there is still a lot of activities and outputs in the pipeline.  Read more about these activities, the project and about individual country updates here.

For more information about the project, see their website.

About Bioversity Library

Maintained by staff at Bioversity International Library, this blog aims to provide readers with updates on new information resources within the field of plant genetic resources (PGR), agrobiodiversity and conservation; [with a little fun thrown in as well].
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2 Responses to Crop wild relatives: latest newsletter

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