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The Late Great Plains

The ruins of a homesteader’s cabin in New Mexico lie in a county with less than one person per square mile, a density akin to Greenland. Throughout much of the Great Plains, farm families continue to lose their most valued crop—the next generation of farmers.

From a feature story in National Geographic Magazine. Jim Richardson, photographer.

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