Some Native Americans Mastered the Science of Productive Symbiosis

Some native tribes were not mere hunter/gatherers but engineers of rich ecosystems that thrived with little tending and were more productive than farms, as well as being self-sustaining, in ways that farms can never be.

The Amazon is the most productive ecosystem on our planet, and some say that the soil there was engineered by ancient peoples, and that the plentiful rainfall is as much a product of the jungle as the jungle is a product of the rainfall.

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