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“The Seed Sister”

The woman known as the "seed sister" at Dr. Vandana Shiva's agroecological farm in Dehradun, India, where organizers are cultivating hundreds of traditional varieties of India's "9 sacred grains". Photo Credit - Trina Moyles

The woman known as the “seed sister” at Dr. Vandana Shiva’s agroecological farm in Dehradun, India, where organizers are cultivating hundreds of traditional varieties of India’s “9 sacred grains”.
Photo Credit – Trina Moyles

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Victoria

Victoria, a Mam farmer, and her comrade open the greenhouse where they're experimenting with hothouse tomatoes. Victoria lives in the arid highlands of northwestern Guatemala. How are indigenous women using agriculture as a tool to resist economic development projects?  Photo Credit - KJ Dakin

Victoria, a Mam farmer, and her comrade open the greenhouse where they’re experimenting with hothouse tomatoes. Victoria lives in the arid highlands of northwestern Guatemala. How are indigenous women using agriculture as a tool to resist economic development projects?
Photo Credit – KJ Dakin