Watch Gary Paul Nabhan, author of Where Our Food Comes From: Retracing Nikolay Vavilov’s Quest to End Famine, at the recent Slow Food Nation celebration in San Francisco. Along with other panelists, Nabhan talked about the challenges re-localizing food, and the social and environmental impacts of a local and global approach to food.
By Gary Paul Nabhan for Slow Food Nation The Earth has grown tired of making fossilized food Tired of having to pump fossil fuel as well as Ancient groundwater up from her very innards To let them spill onto our fields & orchards Where frantic crops are forced to suck it all up. What oozed […]
Recently appeared in Resurgence Magazine, by: Gary Paul Nabhan Biodiversity is not just “out there” – in the rainforests, oceans and wetlands – it is here, on our plates. I DID NOT know it by such lofty terms as food biodiversity back them, but as a child in a household of Lebanese immigrants to America, […]
Did you know that Gary’s essay from his Arab/American book is cover story of the July 2008 edition of the Journal of Arizona History? It includes two photos of Hadji Ali, the first Moslem Arab-American. Did you know that Gary’s Wild Apples of Kazakhstan essay that was the cover story of the Spring 2008 Orion […]