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    Traditionally, rice farmers burn the dried rice stalks after a harvest, but this creates a tremendous amount of pollution and is a waste of a natural fertilizer material. Recently, the Thai government has developed a new practice to create a more sustainable solution. Shredding the leftover rice stalks to be used as natural fertilizer is the new way, but it takes time to break old habits and traditions.
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    Well done Duey. Not only have you shared a fantastic photo that documents the criteria of the assignment in action, your caption further explains and informs us, the Your Shot community, on what you've photographed and why this frame illustrates sustainability.

    David Lee
    Producer, Nat Geo Your Shot
    Photo Details
    Date Taken: Nov 30, 2015
    Date Uploaded: May 11, 2017
    Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
    Focal Length: 175 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec
    Aperture: f/11
    ISO: 800
    Copyright: © Duey Moore
    Categories: Black and White, Culture, People
    Assignments: Sustainability