Thursday, January 31, 2008

The landscape of Mexico is changing. The physicality of U.S. influence can be seen here in the use of greenhouses. This technology and knowledge was brought to the small towns by migrant workers from the U.S. After learning on the job, the workers return with this knowledge and share it with their communities. Greenhouses now line the countrysides. From the mountains to the plains, everywhere in the distance you will notice the long, white structures. They are helping to bring work back to towns where the agricultural industry is suffering.