Dear Friends of SAVE Foundation and Colleagues,

 We are pleased to be sending you again the quarterly e-mail newsletter of the European SAVE Foundation (Safeguard for Agricultural Varieties in Europe), containing the latest reports from the field of conservation of endangered livestock breeds and agricultural plants. You are receiving the SAVE eNews 1/2014 as a pdf-file attachment (also available in German).

 

Summary of the contents:

Dear Friends of SAVE Foundation and Colleagues,

 We are pleased to be sending you again the quarterly e-mail newsletter of the European SAVE Foundation (Safeguard for Agricultural Varieties in Europe), containing the latest reports from the field of conservation of endangered livestock breeds and agricultural plants. You are receiving the SAVE eNews 1/2014 as a pdf-file attachment (also available in German).

 

Summary of the contents:

- Conservation of Ciuta sheep - smallest sheep in the Alps

- Ark Farms in Bulgaria

- Agrobiodiversity and Nature Conservation - SAVE Meeting in Croatia

- The Heritaste Quality Label

- Marketing of Agrobiodiversity - a double-edged sword?

- Popular press reveals controversy regarding quinoa and food security

- Newsflash (3)

- Important dates (extract)

 

You may download the SAVE eNews also as a pdf-file from our Archive:

http://www.save-foundation.net/english/PDF/news/SAVE_eNews_14_1en.pdf

 

The contents of this newsletter can also be found on the "actuality" page of our website:

http://www.save-foundation.net/english/actual.htm

 

Please contact us for more information. If you wish to forward this e-mail service to others or would prefer to unsubscribe, just send us an e-mail. Thank you!

 

With kind regards

Your SAVE Foundation Team

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SAVE Foundation, Network Office

Joseph-Belli-Weg 5, D-78467 Konstanz

Fon: +49-7531/802 73 74

Fax: +49-7531/819 98 07

SAVE Website: http://www.save-foundation.net

Ark Network: http://www.arca-net.info

Variety-Savers.Net: http://variety-savers.net

Agrobiodiversity.Net: http://www.agrobiodiversity.net