An Overview of Amaranth Production in Tanzania
Status of the Amaranthus Seed Collection
The United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Plant Germplasm System’s Amaranthus collection consists of 3,338 accessions, of which 96% are available for distribution and 97% are backed up at the National Center for Germplasm Resources Preservation in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Ex-Post Evaluation of World Renew’s Introduction and Promotion of Grain Amaranth in East Africa: 1999-2008
Quantifying Architectural Traits of Amaranths by 3-Dimensional Digitization
The Role of Amaranth in the Changing Farm Dynamics of Chuquisaca, Bolivia and its Contribution to the Incomes of Producers
Program for the Amaranth Institute Conference 2015
THURSDAY, September 24th
5-6 PM Installation of poster presentations
5-8 PM Conference Registration
6-8 PM Poster Viewing Available
7-8 PM Welcome Reception
Jonathan Walters: Director Sales & Marketing at Nu-World Amaranth, Inc. (d.b.a. Nu-World Foods), and Conference Chair for the 2015 Amaranth Institute (15 minutes)
In representation of the Amaranth Institute Board and members, I am excited to invite extend a call for proposals to present during the 2015 Amaranth Institute conference to be held in Chicago, Illinois from September 24-26.
Oral PresentationsIf you are interested please send the title of oral presentations (aka open assembly) and basic executive summary, half a page to me by April 1 (which could be extended if vacant slots exist).
Amaranth Worldwide Project (AWP) is a non-profit organization with the goal of increasing the beneficial utilization of amaranth as a source of food, medicine, and in other applications.
AWP commits to uniting a community of people, companies, and research institutions to advance this goal. Specifically, AWP will serve as a platform and catalyst for relationships among these groups so that all the benefits that amaranth has to offer to people are discovered and made known.