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Native Soil

ooking at his field in early July, Jemez Pueblo Governor David Toledo can’t believe this is the view from his house. Vibrant green leaves, cornstalks, vines, and bushes dot the earth. As the sun sets, a soft yellow light weaves through the vegetation, casting long shadows. Surrounding this quarter-acre garden are the homes and gardens of his fellow

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