Gary Paul NabhanGary Paul Nabhan is an Agricultural Ecologist, Ethnobotanist, Ecumenical Franciscan Brother, and author whose work has focused primarily on the interaction of biodiversity and cultural diversity of the arid binational Southwest. He is considered a pioneer in the local food movement and the heirloom seed saving movement. He co-founded Native Seeds/SEARCH, a non-profit conservation organization which works to preserve place-based Southwestern agricultural plants as well as knowledge of their uses. He is currently on the faculty of the University of Arizona as a research social scientist with the Southwest Center, where he now serves as the Kellogg Endowed Chair in Southwestern Borderlands Food and Water Security. There, he founded the Center for Regional Food Studies and catalyzed the initiative to have UNESCO designate Tucson as the first City of Gastronomy in the U.S.
Food for Thought - Virtual Lunch Dates
Instructor: Ben Wilder, David Yetman, Emma Pérez, Gary Paul Nabhan, Jennifer Jenkins, Robin C Reineke
|Fridays, Sept 25 – Oct 30, 12:00-1:30pm|