40 YEARS OF COOPERATION IN EUROPE FOR DIVERSITY AND FOOD SECURITY!

In this 4 min video ‘Saving European plant and food diversity: together, we are stronger!’, Marc Lateur tells a story about apple diversity, with a happy ending (Marc Lateur is the ECPGR National coordinator from Belgium).

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A new AEGIS article has been published

The following article has been published:
van Hintum, T., Engels, JMM., Maggioni, L. 2021. AEGIS, the Virtual European Genebank: Why It Is Such a Good…

Annual Report 2020

The annual progress report for the second year of Phase X of ECPGR is now available online

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The Genetic Resources Gateway is released

The Genetic Resources Gateway  – a crowd-sourced platform to guide through the landscape of forest, plant and animal genetic resources in Europe - is online! This is one of the key products of the GenRes Bridge project, a joint initiative of the three European networks for genetic resources, ECPGREUFORGEN and ERFP.

Stakeholders from organisations working on genetic resources in Europe and in the neighboring countries are invited to register and add their organisation and key content (multimedia material, technical guidelines, maps, projects, databases and success stories) to be featured on the Gateway.

Genetic Resources Journal

Genetic Resources is an open access peer-reviewed journal serving the community of practitioners and stakeholders working with plant, animal and forest genetic resources.

Our  vision
The widest plant diversity is preserved for sustainable agriculture,
food security and quality
 

Our mission
European Network to promote conservation, management and sustainable use
of plant genetic diversity

AEGIS

A European Genebank Integrated
System

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EURISCO

European Search Catalogue
for Plant Genetic Resources

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EVA

European Evaluation
Network

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GenRes Bridge

Genetic resources for a food-secure and forested Europe

GenRes Bridge aims to strengthen conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources by accelerating collaborative efforts and widening capacities in plant, forest and animal domains
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