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How Native American Diets Benefit From Tucson’s Indigenous Seed Bank

January 17, 2019 – By Lisa Waterman Gray, Resilience – Housed inside a welcoming midtown Tucson shop, the nonprofit Native Seeds/SEARCH works to preserve endangered or rare plants of the Sonora Desert region. To accomplish this the organization sources, stores, distributes and sells approximately 1,900 varieties of drought-tolerant, non-GMO (genetically modified organism) seed.

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