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Native American Corn with Black Husk

Native American corn brought to harvest by monsoon rains (Photo by Victoria Linssen © 2018)

Corn planted by the Indigenous Peoples of the Navajo reservation near Black Mesa Arizona is brought to harvest by the monsoon rains. The corn husks of some of the corn are turning black, possibly due to climate change. (Photo by Victoria Linssen © 2018)

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