Beginning in 1995, loggers working for the Indoesian government leveled a swath of jungle 70 miles long and 30 miles wide to make room for a vast rice plantation. No rice ever grew there because the land was not suitable for rice. Farmer Norhadi unrolls a handmade map showing how villagers in the town of Mantangai divided up their land before government workers cut their forests. Image by Daniel Grossman. Indonesia, 2019.