Saving our own vegetable biodiversity today provides us
- those old open pollinated varieties that taste good.
- a wider range of vegetable varieties and more control over what we can have.
- a closer participation in the cycle of life. In our gardens.
- a hedge against personal financial misfortune.
- a safeguard against food shortages.
- our own way to mitigate against climate change and it's impact on agriculture.
- the means to fight our shrinking biodiversity.