Cultural Anthropologist, Andrew Flachs, discusses ways people create the environments and GMO seeds

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Dr. Andrew Flachs, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Purdue University, has returned to discuss ways people impact the environment. Andrew shows us and explains areas that have been sustained farming for nearly thousands of years in South India. He then takes us to Southeastern Europe to discuss the labor and history that has gone into creating landscapes that we can see today. Finally, we discuss the historic activities that have created the landscape in the Midwestern United States. The interview finishes with implications of GMO

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