The Advisory Group of the CWR Project recently met at the Oak Spring Garden Foundation and its President, Peter Crane, has summarized the outcomes of the meeting and a related seminar,“Building sustainable bridges between agriculture and conservation: exploring the potential role of crop wild relatives” here.

He shares that “participants in the seminar agreed that because crop wild relatives are a threatened resource for crop improvement, and because they also stand at the nexus of conservation and agriculture, they are an excellent point of departure for communicating the larger issues at stake.”

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