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Global weirding and the scrambling of terroir

Global weirding and the scrambling of terroir

By: Gary Nabhan Published: October 27, 2010 The Driftless region in southwestern Wisconsin is renowned for its apples, with their intense flavors favored in marketplaces as far away as Detroit. But when I arrived there in late September to search with friends for heirloom apple varieties, we had trouble finding any apples left on the […]

An Agrarian Land Covenant: Food for Thought, For Becoming at Home in Our Place, For Thoughtfulness in Producing Food

An Agrarian Land Covenant: Food for Thought, For Becoming at Home in Our Place, For Thoughtfulness in Producing Food

With future generations in mind, my family will never leave the land we steward poorer, nor its water scarcer than conditions were before we acquired responsibility for their care. My family will seek to enrich the soil, diversify its plant cover and deepen its roots both within and beyond its harvested fields, grazed pastures, and […]

Gary Paul Nabhan at the 2010 - Mother Earth News Fair

Gary Paul Nabhan at the 2010 – Mother Earth News Fair

Author and food and farm advocate Gary Paul Nabhan gives a presentation on how we can change our food habits to become more sustainable at the 2010 MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR in Seven Springs, Pa.

Nabhan: ‘We need to support Farmers’ own efforts to grow a diversity of foods’

Nabhan: ‘We need to support Farmers’ own efforts to grow a diversity of foods’

By: About Harvest Published: August 25, 2010 As an Ethnobiologist and conservationist, US Ecologist Gary Paul Nabhan, PhD is best known for his work in biodiversity and has received numerous notable awards over the years, among them: The MacArthur Fellowship The Pew Scholarship for Conservation and the Environment The John Burroughs Medal for Nature Writing […]

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