Sugared Up: A Waffle Garden

Nora Naranjo-Morse

2000, 05:45 minutes, Colour, English


The director explores the Pueblo Indian way of farming that uses divided square sections of a larger square to grow different crops. Europeans saw this method and noticed the square made up pattern that resembled a waffle; hence waffle gardens. Coincidentally, the director also informs us of the one poison the Europeans brought with them that is slowly contributing to the poor health and short life span of the Pueblo - sugar.

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