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Cattle country

Today the Seminole tribe’s ranchland spreads over five counties in central and south Florida, stretching all the way down to the Everglades.

The history of a herd

The Seminole tribe has been working with cattle, first using wild cattle for sustenance and trade, since they met Ponce de Leon in 1521.

Amana Farms: Making resources work

In many ways time stands still eastern Iowa’s Amana Colonies. Founded in 1855 by a religious sect escaping persecution, the colonies have become one of the Midwest’s premiere tourist destinations, filled with artisan shops, home style dining, and history.