For millennia, California Indians, as this group prefers to be called, have gathered abalone and seaweed, taking only what they need. Today, their traditions are being disrupted by smugglers and colonial regulations.

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    Dryland farmer Osmar Aldair prunes an agave plant to make silage for livestock. This method is being pioneered on Rancho Vía Orgánica in Guanajuato, Mexico, as a way for dryland farmers to raise livestock without degrading the soil through overgrazing.
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