Family farming is a means of organizing agricultural, forestry, fisheries, pastoral, and aquaculture production, which is managed and operated by a family and predominantly reliant on family labor, including women's and men's. As we see from the diagram below, family farming protects biodiversity and the environment. Family farming is a source of genetic diversity that uses seed varieties and livestock breeds well adapted to various environments. It also promotes agroecological and traditional techniques, thus supporting the healthy functioning of ecosystems. You can create a similar-looking family agriculture diagram using EdrawMax Online. The free flowchart maker comes with free templates, symbols, and other diagram elements. In some usages, "family farm" implies that the farm remains within the family's ownership over several generations.