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Back to school and garden trainings at Dar Taliba!

After a long summer vacation, we kicked off with an exciting programme...

After a long summer vacation, we kicked off with an exciting programme of permaculture training. The Dar Taliba girls collected and cleaned vegetable seeds, and planting new seeds in...

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Seed collection and community seed banks in the High Atlas

A seed bank is a documented collection of seeds held for long-term...

A seed bank is a documented collection of seeds held for long-term security or for ease of access. It aims to acquire and maintain seeds of high quality that will...

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Interactive learning about local plants with primary school students in the High Atlas

A fun day with primary school students in Imegdal, when we learned...

A fun day with primary school students in Imegdal, when we learned about their valuable crops through a series of interactive activities....

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A photographer’s passion for a living fossil: Ginkgo The Living Fossil

Jimmy Shen, a professional botanic photographer based in east China, shares...

Jimmy Shen, a professional botanic photographer based in east China, shares information on his intensive research on Ginkgos. ...

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Ethics in ethnobotanical research: implementing Access and Benefit Sharing

Global Diversity Foundation - Conducting ethical conservation research, featured by Botanic Gardens...

Global Diversity Foundation - Conducting ethical conservation research, featured by Botanic Gardens Conservation International, describes GDF's ethical engagement with communities through Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS), and Free Prior Informed...

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Annual Moussem festival in Ait M’hamed: a celebration of tradition…(part 2)

A colourful workshop on natural plant dyes, a facilitated dialogue on the...

A colourful workshop on natural plant dyes, a facilitated dialogue on the agdal in Igourdan, a fun art class for primary school students…. all this and more at the Moussem...

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Annual Moussem festival in Ait M’hamed: a celebration of tradition and biocultural diversity

During the last week of April, we left our desks for a...

During the last week of April, we left our desks for a few days to participate in the annual Moussem festival in Ait M’hamed, a lively village located in the...

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Achieving the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in the Moroccan High Atlas

Our article, entitled Achieving the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in the...

Our article, entitled Achieving the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation in the Moroccan High Atlas, in Darwin Initiative's May 2018 newsletter, describes how our project “Mobilising useful plant conservation to...

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Spring in full swing at Dar Taliba … (and lots of delicious vegetables!)

Since the beginning of February, the Dar Taliba students received trainings on...

Since the beginning of February, the Dar Taliba students received trainings on planting vegetable seeds and successfully cultivated over 3,100 seeds in the greenhouse! ...

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New project promotes respect for human rights and personal dignity of migrants

The Global Migrants Project promotes respect for the human rights and personal...

The Global Migrants Project promotes respect for the human rights and personal dignity of migrants stranded in Morocco....

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