Newsletter 01.2023

  • Rabbits – traditional livestock animals in mini format
  • Eat and be eaten – a conservation project of the Zoo Landau, Germany
  • Empowering Livestock-Keepers in Korab-Koritnik Area, Albania
  • Foundation ProSpecieRara – 40 years for diversity
  • Establishment of SAVE | DENMARK
  • Diversity in the microcosm – The seed microbiome
  • The new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) of the European Union
  • News in brief: SAVE Foundation Project Office – Successor takes over

Newsletter 04.2022

  • Hazelnuts – not only during Christmastime
  • The genomic history of the domestic donkey
  • The Balkan Seed Network
  • Cattle Breeding in Eastern Europe Situation and Practices
  • Star Trek in Potato Production
  • New European Reference Center for Endangered Animal Breeds
  • «Let’s Liberate Diversity!» 11. Forum Budapest 27.-29. October 2022
  • From chicken to horse: German Zoo association supports the conservation of endangered farm animal breeds
  • One mother, two fathers?
  • Manual Pig Production
  • More fuel for the food/feed debate
  • Readers‘ Opinion on Solar Grazing
  • Onion divination for the next growing season

Newsletter 03.2022

  • The Potato – A World Changing Crop
  • Diversity in New Forest
  • Wheat, War and History
  • Rural Europe Takes Action
  • Obituary for Laurent Avon
  • SAVE annual Meeting 2022 in Germany
  • Possibility to identify a “Mono-Breed” Product?
  • Atlas on Domestic Animals of Romania
  • Wildcheck
  • Tax on burping Livestock

Newsletter 01.2022

  • Ark Warder –an extraordinary landscape park
  • Achievements and Challenges of On-farm Conservation in the VERN Grain Network
  • The Key Role of the Crop Wild Relatives
  • Are seed regulations unconstitutional?
  • News from the Girgentana Goat
  • Wild Olives: Conservation and Use
  • SUPERB – Forest renewal and adaptation in Europe
  • ProSpecieRara: Animal Expo October 8 & 9, 2022
  • 22. Peliti Seed Festival 2022 & 4. Olympic Seed Festival
  • GIAHS Sites in Europe
  • Eating to Extinction
  • Apple Scoop

Older newsletters

You can find our older newsletters in the archive, and by clicking on them, you can open them as PDF files.

Nach oben scrollen