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A community of seed savers has a recipe to revive rare varieties of collard greens
by Daniel Wood
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1 May 2022
On 1 May 2022 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
There was once a kaleidoscope of diversity in collards in the United Staes, as people diligently collected and replanted seeds, passing them from one generation to the next to preserve the qualities they found most important. Collards -- an inexpensive, nutrient-rich vegetable -- became a staple for many Southern families, especially African Americans trying to feed their families healthy food year-round. Now a group of seed savers, farmers, activists, and academics, known collectively as the Heirloom Collard Project, want to preserve and reintroduce people to rarer collard varieties and connect with older seed stewards before their stories are lost to time.
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