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Portraits of Farmers of the Mount Kenya region, Kenya. The biggest ever photography project to capture global food systems, coordinated by The Gaia Foundation. Farmers feed 70% of the world using less than a quarter of its agricultural land, debunking the myth that we need intensive, industrial farming to survive. Working with project curator, Cheryl Newman, 47 world-renowned photographers have generously given their time to shoot for the We Feed the World project. Each has brought their own unique style to the project, beautifully capturing the stories of farming communities across the disparate landscapes of six continents. These extraordinary images provide a snapshot of agroecology in action and champion the resilience of the men and women who currently feed the world.

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