Children of the Corn

Bob looks over seedlings incubating for future planting at Saving Seed Farm. The farm this year will be host to Saving Seed Camp and Community Events.

This article reflects on an Iroquois tribe’s heritage seed survives the ages. Cultivating and preparing corn for long term storage, generates community wealth that can be transferred community to community. In Sedgwick, ME Saving Seeds Farm is building a seed bank and working to build a corn seed collaborative.

See on tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com

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