SEED: Climate Change Resilience

“Our goals for this exhibition are to honor and amplify the innovative work of New Mexico farmers who are revitalizing traditional, climate appropriate agriculture, rematriating their seed relatives, and producing sustainable, environmentally sensitive food for their local communities.”

Acoma Ancestral Lands Program
Española Healing Foods Oasis/Tewa Women United
MerGirl Gardens
Tse Daa K’aan Lifelong Learning Community
& many individuals who shared their seeds and seed stories.

Acoma Ancestral Lands Farm Corp Program
Espanola Healing Oasis/Tewa Women United
Mergirl Gardens
Tse Daa K’aan Lifelong Learning Community
UNM Land Arts of the American West
UNM Art & Ecology
Native Seeds/SEARCH
Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance
Desert Oasis Teaching Gardens
Gardens Edge, Seed Travels
Albuquerque Museum


Seed: Climate Change Resilience

June 22 – September 22, 2019
Albuquerque Mueseum

Seed: Climate Change Resilience is a community engaged arts project exploring seed, arid-land agri-Culture, resiliency, and climate change. Created by SeedBroadcast, a New Mexico based arts and agri-Culture collective, in collaboration with numerous New Mexico farmers and seed stewards, this project features an interactive public exhibition to inspire and activate dialogue around seed, global warming, local food, healthy communities, and the revitalization of bioregional agri-Cultural practices.


Banner Image: SeedBroadcastWe Are Called To A Deep Intimacy (detail), 2019, Multi-media Installation: glass, rammed earth, soil, seeds, and audio.
Seed: Climate Change Resilience exhibition at the Albuquerque Museum.
SeedBroadcast & Espanola Healing Foods OasisIt’s Not By Chance At All, 2019.