You can sign the Seed Declaration from the Seed Festival here: http://www.change.org/petitions/the-people-and-the-government-of-india-safeguard-agro-biodiversity-for-health-of-people-and-agro-ecosystems-3
You can also read Rajni Bakshi’s piece on this here:
Join the SEED FESTIVAL
February 19 to 21, 2012 (9 am to 7 pm), at Janata Kendra,
near Mumbai Central Station (west), Tulsiwadi, Tardeo, which is the main venue for all 3 days.
The Seed Festival is a joint initiative of groups from Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Pondicherry and Uttarakhand, working for in situ conservation and promotion of seed diversity and related knowledge – our collective bio-cultural heritage – evolved, preserved and shared by the indigenous people and farming communities of India. This priceless heritage is now under threat of being lost forever. The support of all is greatly needed to preserve it!
Please visit with friends and family, participate and pass on this invitation (and attachments) to any others who may be interested, including any media contacts that you may have.
If you can volunteer your assistance, please let us know the date/s and time you can be present. Any help to meet/share/minimise the costs would also be welcome. (Please contact any of the undersigned.)
Looking forward to see you !
With warm wishes,
Jacob Nellithanam (Richharia Campaign): firstname.lastname@example.org, Ph: 09425560950
Tejal V. (Nurturing Grounds): email@example.com Ph: 9833707598
Bharat Mansata (Earthcare Books): firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 9967371183
Geeta Jhamb (GM-Free Maharashtra): email@example.com Ph: 8976275028
Neesha (MOFCA – Mumbai Organic Farmers and Consumers Association): firstname.lastname@example.org;
Ruth (Gm-Free Maharashtra): email@example.com Ph: 9594024202