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Gary Paul Nabhan is an Arab-American writer, lecturer, food and farming advocate, rural lifeways folklorist, and conservationist whose work has long been rooted in the US-Mexico borderlands region. His many books include The Desert Smells Like Rain and Gathering the Desert.
Gary Paul Nabhan (10 Titles)

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Landscape, Culture, and Cuisine in Two Great Deserts
By Gary Paul Nabhan

Conserving Migratory Pollinators and Nectar Corridors in Western North America
By Gary Paul Nabhan

Counting Sheep
Twenty Ways of Seeing Desert Bighorn
By Gary Paul Nabhan

The Desert Smells Like Rain
A Naturalist in O'odham Country
By Gary Paul Nabhan

Enduring Seeds
Native American Agriculture and Wild Plant Conservation
By Gary Paul Nabhan

Ethnobiology for the Future
Linking Cultural and Ecological Diversity
Edited by Gary Paul Nabhan; Foreword by Paul E. Minnis

Gathering the Desert
By Gary Paul Nabhan

Last Water on the Devil's Highway
A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas
By Bill Broyles; Gayle Harrison Hartmann; Thomas E. Sheridan; Gary Paul Nabhan; Mary Charlotte Thurtle

A Natural and Cultural History
By Ana G. Valenzuela-Zapata; Gary Paul Nabhan

Woodlands in Crisis
A Legacy of Lost Biodiversity on the Colorado Plateau
By Gary Paul Nabhan; Marcelle Coder; Susan J. Smith; Patricia West; Zsuzsi I. Kovacs

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