Back from the Ashes: The Iroquois White Corn Project at Ganondagan

Today, Native Americans are working to keep their agricultural traditions and legacies alive by operating the Iroquois White Corn Project.

Grown traditionally, Iroquois white corn is grown to save the diversity of heirloom varieties, as well as to preserve the history of a food that is important to the Iroquois nation.
Photo by Laticia McNaughton