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Two teenagers stand on top of an old International Harvester truck on a farm in Bennet, Nebraska.

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Three teenagers pose on top of an old International Harvester truck on a farm in Bennet, Nebraska.

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A young woman stands on top of an old International Harvester truck on a farm in Bennet, Nebraska.

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The north central Madagascar highlands, where annual, landscape-wide burning is the norm.

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The north central Madagascar highlands, where annual, landscape-wide burning is the norm.

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A cart is driven through the north central Madagascar highlands, where annual, landscape-wide burning is the norm.

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A six-week-old broiler rooster at a commercial chicken farm.

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A six-week-old broiler rooster at a commercial chicken farm.

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A six-week-old broiler rooster at a commercial chicken farm.

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Land cleared for crops near Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

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Aerials of smoke, fog and slash and burn agriculture, both by the mountain and in the main park of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa.

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Slash and burn agriculture makes its way through a buffer zone near the Mt. Gorongosa range of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa.

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Clearcuts for slash and burn agriculture within the Mt. Gorongosa range of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa. Though this area became part of the national park several months ago, clear-cutting of forest for slash and burn agriculture continues within Mt. Gorongosa.

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Human set fires in the main park and the buffer zone of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa.

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Aerials of the slash and burn agriculture that’s marching across the foothills and up into the Mt. Gorongosa range in Mozambique, Africa.

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Agricultural plots meet Queen Elizabeth National Park at the base of the Ankole Hills. The fields push farther into the park each year, leaving herders no choice but to push their livestock deeper and deeper into the remaining national parks.

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The human devastation to the landscape around Bwindi Impenetrable Rainforest is growing every year. This is one of only two places remaining with mountain gorillas. Slash and burn agriculture continues to assault Bwindi from all sides.

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A farmer with an ultra-sound machine for cattle in Flatville, IL.

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A girl chews bubble gum and listens to music in rural Flatville, IL.

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A farmer with an ultra-sound machine for cattle in Flatville, IL.

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A girl chews bubble gum and uses a portable gaming device in rural Flatville, IL.

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A girl chews bubble gum and uses a portable gaming device in rural Flatville, IL.

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A girl chews bubble gum and uses a portable gaming device in rural Flatville, IL.

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A farmer takes a call on his cell phone from a soybean field in Flatville, Illinois.

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A boy listens to music on a portable tape player in rural Flatville, Illinois.

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A wife watches her husband use a computer on a farm in Flatville, IL.

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A farmer checks market reports on his computer in Flatville, Illinois.

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A farmer dials his cell phone from the cab of his tractor in rural Flatville, IL.

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A boy watches his father use a computer on a farm in Flatville, IL.

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A farmer dials his cell phone from the cab of his tractor in rural Flatville, IL.

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A farmer dials his cell phone from the cab of his tractor in rural Flatville, IL.

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A farmer in the cab of his tractor in rural Flatville, IL.

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A boy watches his grandfather cut hay in an Idaho field.

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