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Botany as archaeology, to save a sacred site from a lithium mine

“First foods” survey reveals an ancient kinship of place with a “horticulture based in endearment”

Nikki Hill is a “first foods” specialist who has studied the patterns of pre-colonial horticulture throughout the American West — most controversially above the largest known lithium deposit of its kind. Thacker Pass, Nevada, or Peehee Mu’huh by its Paiute name, was fast-tracked by Donald Trump for a large lithium mine in the last days […]

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