Monitoring Institute for Rare Breeds and Seeds in Europe
1995, as the scientific branch of Safeguard for Agricultural Varieties in Europe (SAVE Foundation). Fully integrated end 2010.
Obtain the basis for in-situ conservation of populations able to survive in the long-term by monitoring them; provide scientifically founded data for the documentation of the degree of endangering and the need for action; research former diversity and the still existing populations.Available with paid subscription only.
'Mapping' - recording and characterizing biodiversity in agriculture; 'Watching' - continuous watching of the population of endangered breeds and varieties, supervision by a third party, and assessment of the efficiency of measures being taken; 'Alarming' - waking awareness in the wider public and in decision-makers, regular assessment of a possible need for action, and alerting responsible institutions and organizations. Projects: 'Regional monitoring' - agricultural genetic resources of the Alps, monitoring in the Carpathians, Carpathian project, agricultural genetic resources in Italy, monitoring Balkan countries, animal genetic resources in Greece; 'Species monitoring' - monitoring on goats, monitoring of donkey breeds in Europe, database on rare and old breeds; 'Plant monitoring' - database, historical inventory of Swiss cultivated plants, Fruit-Net - neglected and forgotten fruit and berries.
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- Plant Life
- Research, Standards
- Inspection, Tests
- Agriculture, Fisheries
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