Bilden föreställer ett skogsplantor av gran som växer i ett växthus

Proper Material in Forest Regeneration Is Required for Climate Change Adaption – New Report From NordGen Compiles Statistics on Forest Seeds and Plants in the Nordic Region

Tillgång till en samlad och överskådlig statistik är viktig för det nordiska samarbetet och förståelsen för skogsbrukets utveckling.

This photo shows an a group of people in the forest during an excursion at Bregentved estate.

Tree Species Selection and the Forests Adaptation to Climate Change Highlighted During NordGen’s Forest Conference

About a hundred persons participated when the forest conference was arranged in Ringsted, Denmark.

The plenum meeting room in the FAO building in Rome

Access and Rights to Genetic Resources and Cryoconservation Highlighted When NordGen Attended a FAO Meeting in Rome.

NordGen attended the nineteenth regular session of the Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.

Photo of a pea flower

Nordic Ministers Updated on Expert Report About Genetic Resources

NordGen was attending the annual summer meeting of the Nordic ministers for forestry, agriculture, fisheries and food. Among other things, the ministers were informed about a new report on access and rights to genetic resources.

Biodiversity of Native Farm Animal Breeds Needs to Be Safeguarded for Future Challenges

A wide diversity of landraces is important for Nordic agriculture to be able to adapt to future, yet unknown, challenges.

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Drone photo of the oat cultivation.

Unique Collaboration Gathers New Knowledge About the Nordic Oat Collection – Nearly 800 Oat Varieties to Be Characterized

To gain more knowledge about the cultivation traits of the Nordic oat varieties, NordGen collaborates with several actors in an ongoing project.

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Crucial genebank collection in Ukraine moved to safe location far from the war

NordGen coordinated emergency support to the genebank in Charkiv when the war started. Now, the entire collection has been successfully moved to a safe location.

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