Genetically-diverse seeds, developed and maintained by Indigenous peoples and farmers over thousands of years, live at the heart of our food systems. This seminar will explore the importance of seed and food system diversity in the face of a deepening climate emergency. Discussion will focus on the steps we can all take, in both policy and practice, as Indigenous Nations, NGOs, governments, farmers, and researchers, to maintain and strengthen this vital connection between people and the more-than- human world we share. Featuring speakers and panelists from each of these communities, this seminar is also the Ottawa launch of the Earth to Table Legacies project, an intergenerational and intercultural exchange of knowledge and practices of food sovereignty.