Picture below shows CAP’s organic farming field officer Theeban Gunasekaran with heirloom seeds (Kacang Itik seeds) from farmer Cheah Sin Chor’s organic farm in Kelantan. The seeds were graciously shared by Mr Cheah with a home gardener Sam, who then shared them with CAP.

These seeds will be grown and in turn, shared with others. Sharing seeds help to preserve heirloom varieties and protect local varieties that can help our community build food security.

Saving seeds today ensures the enjoyment of those plants for generations to come. Let’s keep the seed saving and sharing culture alive.

Agroecology Fund