Documentary photography often provides a window on the world that is otherwise unavailable to us. Scott Vlaun has traveled extensively to document sustainable agricultural practices and to create links between communities around the world. His work with Sustainable Harvest International has been exhibited throughout Maine and photographs documenting the use of Cacao during the Day of the Dead in Mexico were exhibited at the Field Museum in Chicago.
Close to Home
Diana camera photographs of images around Moose Pond and surrounding area, 2006.
Tour of agriculture in China, 1997.
Working with group to study agriculture practices in Cuba, 1996.
Sustainable Harvest International
From two trips with Florence Reed and Bruce Maanum to document agricultural work in Nicaragua and Belize, 2000 and 2001.
Much with Little: A Central American Journey with Sustainable Harvest International by Scott Vlaun.
April 2003, Seeds of Change eNewsletter 34
Oaxaca, Mexico: Cacao
Documentation of cacao production and making molé for the Day of the Dead, 2000.
Oaxaca, Mexico: Day of the Dead
Marigolds, mezcal, and mole can be found throughout the city as doors are opened and altars made for the annual celebration of the living and the dead, 2000.
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