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Devestated farming family (Meskito Indians) resting after flooding from Hurricane Mitch, San Jeronimo, Rio Coco, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Woman feeding chickens, Posoltega, Nicaragua. stock photo
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A pig of Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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A pig of Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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A pig of Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Youbg woman winnowing grain, San Jeronimo, Rio Coco, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Mother and boy feeding chickens, Posoltega, Nicaragua. stock photo
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A pig of Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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A pig of Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Pigs of Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Girls with pig. Jalapa. The animal has a wooden restrainer around its neck to prevent it from running away, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Pineapple fruit growing. Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Woman feeding chickens Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Man with banana tree. Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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A handful of organic coffee beans, Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Man working in his garden, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Woman feeding her pigs. Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Woman working her organic compst pile, Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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A man and his small pineapple plantation. Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Farmer examining his organic compost bin. Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Man harvesting pineapple. Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Two farmers, father and son, examining their organic compost which they have made with worm culture. Jalapa, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Farmer with harvest of raddishes, Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Farmer with harvest of raddishes, Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Woman preparing organic compost. The compost is treated by millions of tiny worms which live in it, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Man harvesting coconuts, Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Girl harvesting pineapple. Masaya, Nicaragua. stock photo
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Woman preparing organic compost. The compost is treated by millions of tiny worms which live in it, Nicaragua. stock photo


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