(James Cornsilk/The Washington Post)
Voices from the Pandemic
Many Navajo turn to traditional farming to address lack of healthy food during coronavirus pandemic
The USDA considers the Navajo Nation a "food desert" with scant access to healthy food on the reservation. So many Navajo have returned to growing their own.
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