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An aloe plant in an aloe field, where many of the workers are resident aliens, Mexican citizens with green cards allowing them to work in the United States. The aloe leaves will be processed into ointments, cosmetics, and beverages after harvest.

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One turbine’s deadly harvest: biologists calculate that on average, 32 bats and five birds are killed in one season by each turbine on this wind farm in southwest Pennsylvania. Big birds aren’t immune, as this red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) shows.

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A mother and daughter look for pumpkins at the Roca Berry Farm pumpkin patch in Roca, NE.

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A mother and daughter look for pumpkins at the Roca Berry Farm pumpkin patch in Roca, NE.

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A woman and her son hold a pumpkin at Roca Berry Farm’s pumpkin patch in Roca, NE.

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A mother with her son and daughter on a hayrack ride at Roca Berry Farm in Roca, NE.

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A mother kisses her son on a hayrack ride at Roca Berry Farm in Roca, NE.

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A mother and son on a hayrack ride at Roca Berry Farm in Roca, NE.

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Pumpkins scattered through out a pumpkin patch at Roca Berry farms in Roca, NE.

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People picking pumpkins at Roca Berry Farm in Roca, NE.

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People picking pumpkins at Roca Berry Farm in Roca, NE.

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An adolescent girl holds a pumpkin at Roca Berry farm in Roca, NE.

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An adolescent girl holds a pumpkin at Roca Berry farm in Roca, NE.

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An adolescent girl holds a pumpkin at Roca Berry farm in Roca, NE.

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Pumpkins scattered through out a pumpkin patch at Roca Berry farms in Roca, NE.

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A couple stands in a harvested corn field in Nebraska.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A farmer’s son lies down in a pile or recently-harvested corn kernals on a farm in Nebraska.

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A bucket of recently-harvested corn from a Nebraska farm.

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A bucket of recently-harvested corn from a Nebraska farm.

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Wheat ready for harvest on the Fenton farm near Greenleaf, Kansas.

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Wheat ready for harvest on the Fenton farm near Greenleaf, Kansas.

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Wheat ready for harvest on the Fenton farm near Greenleaf, Kansas.

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Wheat ready for harvest on the Fenton farm near Greenleaf, Kansas.

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