Native American Issues

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Re: Native American Issues

Postby CoolChick » Thu Jun 02, 2022 5:54 am

SEED STORIES | Montana Cudu Corn: A Tribute To A Sacred Native Variety
Renowned corn breeder Ed Schultz worked for years to create Montana Cudu as a tribute to a corn with sacred significance to the Navajo people. This is the story of cudai, or cudu corn and its revival in modern times. Order seeds at
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And the most extreme variety:
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Re: Native American Issues

Postby sierra_jim » Wed Aug 03, 2022 7:14 am

A group of Native Americans inhabiting the area around Lake Isabella are known as the Tubatulabal. The name Tübatulabal (“a people that go to the forest to gather tubat (piñon nuts)”) loosely translates as "pine-nut eaters."
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