Workers who are also part owners remove weeds between rows at a cooperative organic farm recently in a barrio near Havana. Cuba is a rare oasis of organic and sustainable agriculture, and with the possibility of U.S. trade restriction ending in the future, Americans and Cubans hoping to nourish and expand those farming methods are meeting and talking.
Workers who are also part owners remove weeds between rows at a cooperative organic farm recently in a barrio near Havana. Cuba is a rare oasis of organic and sustainable agriculture, and with the possibility of U.S. trade restriction ending in the future, Americans and Cubans hoping to nourish and expand those farming methods are meeting and talking. LISETTE POOLE The New York Times
Workers who are also part owners remove weeds between rows at a cooperative organic farm recently in a barrio near Havana. Cuba is a rare oasis of organic and sustainable agriculture, and with the possibility of U.S. trade restriction ending in the future, Americans and Cubans hoping to nourish and expand those farming methods are meeting and talking. LISETTE POOLE The New York Times

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