The Resiliency of Hopi Agriculture: 2000 Years of Planting

Closes January 6, 2020

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This image is of Michael Kotutwa Johnson who is standing in his field, next to corn stalks that are as tall as he is.
Michael Kotutwa Johnson in his cornfield, photo courtesy Michael Kotutwa Johnson

This photographic exhibit--guest curated by Michael Kotutwa Johnson, Hopi farmer, photographer, and UA Ph.D. candidate in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment--illustrates traditional Hopi farming practices, which are based on spiritual beliefs, community values, and ancient, time-tested techniques. 

Closes January 6, 2020