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Cherokees become the first US-based tribe to deposit traditional heirloom seeds in the Arctic vault
by Leah Asmelash
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1 April 2020
On 1 April 2020 CNN reported:
No Native American tribe has ever received an invitation to store its traditional heirloom seeds in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. The seed vault stores copies of the world's seeds and was created in case catastrophe strikes -- like disease, pests or war. It holds nearly 1 million packs of seeds from almost every country in the world, storing everything from the endangered Bermuda bean to everyday ingredients like wheat and rice. And now, the vault will hold an additional nine samples of Cherokee heirloom crops -- making the Cherokee Nation the first tribe to receive the honor.
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