In a new collaborative report, Liz Hosken and Theo Sowa highlight the vital role that rural African women play in enhancing the development of seeds and protecting biodiversity. Rural African women hold a wealth of knowledge about crops, wild foods, nutrition, medicinal plants and biodiversity that is on the verge of being lost, as seed monopoly laws and climate change restrict their ability to practice traditional agriculture. This report shares stories of resistance from the African women’s movement for food sovereignty. Photo credit: Seeds of Freedom