The scourges of endemic poverty and climate change have led to serious food security risks in the village of Dissan in southern Mali. But there is hope. Nyogon chronicles the painstaking efforts of Dr. Scott Lacy, an impassioned American anthropologist, and Burama Sangaré, a resolute Dissan farmer, to fight hunger using the emerging collaborative plant-breeding model. But can Burama own and save seed, or will scientists or corporations patent the fruits of farmer toil?
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