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The Seeds Are Our Children

Length: 12 min.
Age Level: 8+
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The Hopi Tribe has had permanent settlements in their traditional homeland for thousands of years. Their ancient culture is rooted in a deep respect for farming with nature. Hopi farmer, Michael Kotutwa Johnson, has embarked on a life-long journey to gain recognition for traditional techniques by bringing together modern science and Indigenous ways of knowing. As drought continues to worsen in the southwest, Michael is dedicated to educating the public about dry land farming and the resilience of Hopi agriculture.

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