An Indigenous Reservation Has a Novel Way to Grow Food – Below the Earth’s Surface

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  • Members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe have built an underground greenhouse in South Dakota.
  • They hold they can help solve the interconnected problems of the lack of affordable, nutritious food and the difficulties of farming in the climate crisis.
  • The greenhouse uses a passive solar system, and most years, it can grow at least 65,000 plant starters.

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