Death is not an Escape


Dead by Daylight fanart of my ever favourite killer, the Wraith (Ding Dong) because I just adore his aesthetic and appearance. It was fun to experiment with it and I think I drawn more then enough cornfield for my entire life. 

This game has such an amazing lore behind and concept. 

Dinner for 2 👫❤ Made this in my latest WIED video! Quinoa + brown rice, broccoli, tofu, cucumber, avocado, and corn 🥒🥑🌽 to see how I made this plus 2 other yummy meals, click the link in my bio! 👆🏼 Grateful that I get to eat every meal with this guy 🙏🏼 Life is beautiful 🤗

WELCOME TO OHIO

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Long before European settlers plowed the Plains, corn was an important part of the diet of Native American tribes like the Omaha, Ponca and Cherokee. Today, members of some tribes are hoping to revive their food and farming traditions by planting the kinds of indigenous crops their ancestors once grew.

Taylor Keen is hoping to lead that comeback in Nebraska. On a warm, bright September afternoon, Keen is singing to the corn. Walking through a maze of corn rows and a carpet of pumpkin vines behind his home in Omaha, Neb., he wears a cowboy hat, Wranglers and a traditional bead necklace.

“Well, this is what was formerly known as my backyard and is now home to the ‘four sisters,’ ” Keen says. “We have corn, bean, squash and the sunflower.”

He calls them the four sisters because of how they work together. The beans fertilize the corn as they climb the stalks. Sunflowers hold them up against the wind. Squash keep the raccoons at bay. There are also tomatoes, okra, gourds, sage and sweet grass.

Tribes Revive Indigenous Crops, And The Food Traditions That Go With Them

Photos: Grant Gerlock/Harvest Public Media