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Open Pollinated Seeds and Biodiversity

Open Pollinated Seeds and Biodiversity

"In the last 100 years 80 percent plant biodiversity has been lost in Europe. The worldwide loss has been 75 percent," explains Open Pollinated Seeds, an England-based organization. The initiative, established by Peter Brinch, is intended to spread knowledge and awareness about the importance of natural, open propagation and regeneration of plants. O.P.S. encourages sharing information and insight about the importance of biodiversity and the role open pollinated seeds play.

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