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The Wind in the Wheat by Marie Devuyst

In recent years, in Walloon fields, heirloom grain steeds, ancient cereals, have reappeared. With the seasons, seeds multiple, spread and transform. People gasther, and in organizing their work, a small netwerk emerges.
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