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.

The long ears of Iroquois white corn come from corn seeds that descended from seeds planted in the 1600s. The seed has been managed and protected to keep the genetics pure and non-GMO.
Photo by Laticia McNaughton