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Not War Alone

Tom Stevenson London Review of Books
The global food crisis


Honoring the Ukrainian Roots of American Wheat

Amy Halloran Modern Farmer
The flavorful grains that transformed the North American prairies during the 19th century into a continental breadbasket were varieties native to Ukraine’s Black Earth districts of Crimea and Galicia [now southeastern Poland and western Ukraine].
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