The Indigenous Seed and Food Culture Harvest Fair is finally here. PELUM Kenya, in collaboration with; the National Museum of Kenya (NMK), Biodiversity and Biosafety Kenya (BIBA) Kenya, Inter-Sectoral Forum on Agroecology and Agro biodiversity (ISFAA), Africa Biodiversity Network (ABN), HIVOs, Seed Savers Network ( SSN) and Heinrich Boll foundation (HBF)
Are organizing a 3 days event, Indigenous Seeds and Food Culture Harvest Fair at the National of Kenya Museum in Nairobi on the 12th,13th, and 14th of October 2022. This is an event similar to the Symposium organized for Members in Nakuru last Year. This year’s event will focus more on Seeds and Food Culture.
Key highlights to expect:
- This event will showcase the contribution of Indigenous Seeds to food and nutrition security.
- A seed exhibition will also be launched at the National Museum of Kenya.
- Indigenous food will be cooked and sold at the venue.
- Panelists’ discussions and debates on various topics around Indigenous seeds and food.