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Ratinenhayén:thos offers sanctuary to Indigenous seeds

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It was a wonderful meeting and we instantly connected with each other because our motivation was not economic, our motivation was spiritual. We told them a little bit about our culture and history. Even our creation story teaches us the first woman brought seeds with her, and those plants still sustain us and our medicines even today. Read More

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Going Postal

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Photography by Daniel Vaughan Postcard images courtesy Bud and Jill Guertin Vintage postcard collectors help tell the story of cities and crossroads Most of us still buy a few holiday postcards for friends who don’t receive our Facebook albums or email updates. Once though, the humble postcard was the social media of the day –… Read More

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Lockyer’s Folly

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Peter Lockyer

Photography by Ian K. Barker Adventures in Restoration In the beginning, it sounded like such a good idea! As the owner of a small business promoting heritage, it only made marketing sense to develop a strong, iconic brand – like a vintage truck – to shout out to the world we were in the history… Read More