Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Gary Paul Nabhan:

An Inventory of His Papers, 1866-2010 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library

Descriptive Summary

Creator Nabhan, Gary Paul
Title: Gary Paul Nabhan Papers,
Dates: 1866-2010 and undated
Abstract: Papers of the writer Gary Paul Nabhan from 1866-2010 and undated.
Collection # 2011-0022-X; 2015-0172-B
Quantity: 18 boxes (18 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Gary Paul Nabhan was born in Gary, Indiana on March 17, 1952. His formal education includes a B.A. from Prescott College in Arizona (1974) and a M.S. from the University of Arizona (1978). In 1982, he received a Ph.D. in Arid Land Resources from the University of Arizona. Nabhan founded Renewing America’s Food Traditions (RAFT). He directs the Southwest Center at the University of Arizona and is involved with Sabores Sin Fronteras. An ethnobotanist, he is works to encourage local food production and maintaining diverse cultural food traditions, as well as championing the flora and fauna of the American Southwest. He has been involved with research that seeks to counteract the prevalence of diabetes in native peoples. Nabhan has received numerous awards for his writing and research, including a Pew Fellowship in Conservation and the Environment (1991), A MacArthur Fellowships (1990-1995), the John Burroughs Medal for Nature Writing (1986, for The Desert Smells Like Rain), and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for Conservation Biology (2001).

A list of his publications includes:

  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. The Desert Smells Like Rain. San Francisco, North Point Press, 1982.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Gathering the Desert. Tucson: U of Arizona P, 1985.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Saguaro. Tucson: Southwest Parks and Monuments Assn., 1986.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul, ed. Arizona Highways Presents Desert Wildflowers. Phoenix: Arizona Highways, 1988.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Enduring Seeds: Native American Agriculture and Wild Plant Conservation. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1989.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Counting Sheep: Twenty Ways of Seeing Desert Bighorn. Tucson: U of Arizona P, 1993.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Songbirds, Truffles, and Wolves: An American Naturalist in Italy. New York: Pantheon,1993.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Desert Legends: Re-storying the Sonoran Borderlands. New York: Henry Holt, 1994.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places. Boston, Beacon Press, 1994.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Canyons of Color: Utah’s Slickrock Wildlands. San Francisco: HarperCollinsWest, 1995.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Arab/American: Landscape, Culture and Cuisine in Two Great Deserts. Tucson: U of Arizona P, 2008.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Coming Home to Eat: The Pleasures and Politics of Local Foods. NewYork: Norton, 2002.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Singing the Turtles to Sea: the Comcaac (Seri) Art and Science of Reptiles. Berkeley: U of California P, 2003.
  • Nabhan, Gary Paul. Why Some Like it Hot: Food, Genes, and Cultural Diversity. Washington: Island Press/Shearwater Books, 2004.

Scope and Contents

The collection has a variety of materials detailing the literary and scholarly writings of Gary Paul Nabhan.

The collection is in good condition and is part of the James Sowell Family Collection in Literature, Community and the Natural World.


This collection is organized by type of material and by format: Journals, Academic Work, Correspondence, Maps, Literary Production, Center for Sustainable Environments, Renewing America’s Food Traditions, Miscellaneous, Computer Disks, Printouts from Computer Disks, Audio and Video Cassettes , CDs and DVDs, and Photographs. Literary Production includes poems, prose, and scientific papers where Nabhan is listed as author; he is not in all cases the only author, especially in scientific papers. The collection was received in boxes organized by file drawers from Gary Paul Nabhan’s home and this list is part of the collection. Where Nabhan has labeled the folder with a topical heading, this has been added to the front of the file folders. Books included in this donation were cataloged for the Natural History Collection. Additional material (8 pages, primarily correspondence) that Nabhan mailed to the Sowell Collection Librarian in July 2015 were added to box 1.


Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research. Copyright is retained by the authors of items in this collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by U.S. copyright law. Audio and visual recordings may need to be reformatted prior to use.

Copy requests in excess of 5 pages must be approved by the donor or his representative.

Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Nabhan, Gary Paul
Nabhan, Gary Paul--Correspondence
Nabhan, Gary Paul--Manuscripts
West (U.S.)--Environmental conditions
Sonoran Desert--Environmental conditions literature
Arab countries--Social life and customs
Endangered plants
Endangered species
Tohono O’odham Indians
Desert ecology--Sonoran Desert
Papago Indians
Seri Indians
Natural history--Sonoran Desert
Renewing America’s Food Traditions (Consortium)
Northern Arizona University. Center for Sustainable Environments
Indians of North America–-Diseases
Diabetics—United States-–Prevention
Local foods
Cooking, Arab
Cooking, American

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Gary Paul Nabhan Papers, 1866-2010 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Collection accession #(s): 2011-0022-X

Purchase, 2011

Processed by

Emily Miller, Joshua Misenhimer, and Dr. Diane Warner

Additional Sources

None for the record.

Collection Inventory


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1 1 Gary Paul Nabhan Archive, Jan. 7, 2011

Additional Material, 2015

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1 1.1 Correspondence, literary production, 1971-2015

Journals, Field and Book Notebooks

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1 2 Paleo-blogs, unfinished notebook used for book manuscript, Peru, 2009
3 Nabhan and L. Monti; J Garcia and the Routsons, Baja California desert oasis trip, homemade leather journal with turquoise clasp, bound with leather string, 2009
4 Renewing America’s Food Traditions, short trip notes, leather bound, 2008
5 National Park Conference on heirloom fruits, [2008]
6 Field notes from Chihuahua for “Where Our Food Comes From,” John Muir journal, 2007
7 Lebanon Bekka Valley, “Birds not bombs,” 2007
8 Yale talk, later included 2009 Leopold lecture, 2007-2009
9 “Where Our Food Comes From,” Vavilov notes: Russia, Oman, plus Trading Spices notes, 2006-2007
10 Tracking Vavilov through Central Asia Silk Road, 2006
11 Nabhan with photographer David Cavagnaro; Egypt “&” Ethiopia; field notes for “Where Our Food Comes From,” 2006
12 Oman journal; “Finding Banu Nabhan’s origins; Traveling the incense trail” Middle Eastern journey, history, encounters, 2006
13 Readings and translations; The Good Spell Turned Green, commentary on Biblical verse and story-poems and fragments, 2005-2009
14 Field notes; Baja California, sea turtle summit, 2005
15 Musing on becoming a sheepherder; Notes on Navajo sheep; red cloth stamped “Voices of the West Journal,” 2004
16 Recipes and field notes for Holding Fast, Egypt, Israel with Dave Denny, also used in Arab-American, 2004
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2 1 Nabhan and Laura Rose; Yucatan markets, Lebanese history, Seri coyote stories; “In Search of Arab influence on Mexican agriculture and cuisine,” history, list of spices, legumes, etc., 2004
2 Food pyramid short stories; stories and some inserted papers, 2003-2009
3 Good Spelled Green; poems and gospel translations, 2003-2008
4 Field notes; Hawaii and Bali, Why Some Like It Hot, 2003-2004
5 Workbook for unpublished book, Holding Fast, recipes and notes on fasting, 2003
6 Quotable books for unpublished manuscript Holding Fast, notes and quotes, 2002-2004
7 Fasting journal and outline for unpublished Holding Fast, 2002
8 Why Some Like it Hot, Hawaii and Bali, 2002
9 Nabhan and Monti: Field Notes from Greece, Kez, and Crete for Why Some Like it Hot, 2002
10 Workbook for Food Pyramids; 3 novellas: 1 set in Baja and California, 1 in Sedona and Nevada, and 1 in Arizona, Sonia and Chihuahua, 2001-2006
11 Fasting journal for Holding Fast, 2001-2002
12 Indigenous map journal; sketches and maps, Seri Sonora, Mexico, 2001
13 Field notes, Seri Indians, Sonora desert tortoises, 2001
14 Sketch book San Juan River trip: Arizona to Utah, Colorado Plateau rafting and ramblings, 2001
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3 1 Post 9/11 poems, essay fragments, later in Arab-American, 2001
2 Workbook, Cross-Pollinations, Milkweed Editions, 2000-2004
3 Field notes: Trip to Nile and Levant with wife and daughter, includes poems and drawings, 2000
4 Last journal from 240 mile trek for Coming Home to Eat, 2000
5 Field notes: Desert Trek, last chapter of Coming Home to Eat, 2000
6 Field notes: Seri Indian ethno-biology, resource conservation, 1999-2001
7 The Way of Spam, notes for Coming Home to Eat, 1999-2000
8 Syria and Lebanon with brothers, keys to writing Arab-American, also used in Coming Home to Eat introduction, 1999
9 Desert Botanical Gardens, pollinators lecture-notes, 1999
10 Orion Society Retreat, [1998-2000]
11 Field notes: Seri Indians, Sonora for Singing the Turtles to Sea, notes, drawings, tables, etc, 1998-1999
12 Workbook for Coming Home to Eat, 1998
13 Field notes: Seri ethno-herpetology Sonora, Mexico, includes list of Seri contributors for Singing the Turtles to Sea, and extensive, detailed notes, lists, tables of Seri herpetological knowledge, 1998
14 Field notes: to San Esteban Island with Seri elder, travel journal, natural history notes, 1997
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4 1 Field notes: “Forgotten Pollinators”; Sand Papago, Tarahumara, desert tortoises; notes on food and culture, 1996-2002
2 Seri and Sonora sense of place, Mexico; recording knowledge/understanding of their own sense of place, 1996-1997
3 Cultural Bridges Workbook, later morphed into “Savoring Sundry Places,” 1996
4 Field notes and poems: Pollinators and Seri Indians, 1995-1996
5 Notes on Seri Indian knowledge of reptiles for Singing the Turtles to Sea, extensive notes in English, Spanish, and Seri, 1994-1996
6 Nabhan and C. Wilson, Canyons of Color field notes, Utah, 1990s
7 Unpublished novel draft: Desert Whirlwinds, 1989
8 Journals, poems, and readings from first months in Arizona to Mexico, Galapagos, Illinois/Indiana, long walk on Lake Michigan shore, summer on Galapagos, first trip to Sea of Cortez, 1971-1975
9 Nabhan and Howard Lyon, dorm mates at Prescott College, Literature of Sea Independent Study, 1971-1972
10 Uncompleted project, Seri Indian place names, Sonora, Mexico, undated


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4 11 Founding members’ retreat and the beginning of Sabores sin Fronteras, 2008
12 Letters from Kathleen Dean Moore, Wendell Berry, Malcolm Scully, Yar Petryszyn and John Bunker, 2000-2010 and undated
13 Rade, Cory and Shanti, May 27, 2008 and undated
14 “Mom,” letter, lists of books, lists of reviews for GP Nabhan books, Oct. 19, 1994
15 Wendell Berry, Paul Merchant, and essay “The Mad Farmer Comes to Agriculture and Human Values 301,” 1989-1990
16 Business and personal, 2008-2010 and undated
17 Business correspondence, Tinajas Atlas, 2009
18 Business correspondence, contracts, 1996-2000 and undated
19 Business and personal correspondence, 1995-1997 and undated
20 Business correspondence, 1979-1993 and undated

Academic Work

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4 21 Unpublished and untitled Ph.D. written exams for the University of Arizona, 1982
22 Abstract of dissertation, Papago fields: arid lands ethnobotany and agricultural ecology, undated
23 Tepary bean domestication, M.S. thesis, University of Arizona, Tucson, 1978
24 Response to examination question and incomplete paper, undated
25 Mangroves, fragment of Bachelor’s honors thesis, 1973-1974
26 Sketches later made into print, University of Arizona, scientific illustration class, 1974-1976


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4 27 USGS Maps, Geohydrology of the Papago, San Xavier, and Gila Bend Indian Reservations, Arizona, 1978-81, 2 of 2 sheets, 1984

Literary Production

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5 1 220 Miles for health, heritage, taste, and biodiversity, in The Snail, 2004
2 Agrobiodiversity change in a Saharan desert oasis, 1919-2006: historic shifts in Tasiwit (Berber) and Bedouin crop inventories of Siwa, Egypt, offprint, Economic Botany, 2007
3 Agrobiodiversity change in a Saharan desert oasis, 1919-2006: historic shifts in Tasiwit (Berber) and Bedouin crop inventories of Siwa, Egypt; Navajo Churro sheep project; The local foods reader; articles, charts, correspondence, 2007 and undated
4 Agricultural water use in the Rio San Miguel Valley, Sonora, Mexico: stability vs. modernization, in Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science, 1975-1976
5 ‘Ak-ciñ ‘Arroyo mouth’ and the environmental setting of the Papago Indian fields in the Sonoran Desert, offprint, Applied Geography, 1986
6 The American grain: our glorious and delicious diversity, in The Snail, 2007
7 American Terroir and an American Terroir-ist’s manifesto for eating in place, on behalf of RAFT, undated
8 Ammobroma Sonorae Torr., an endangered parasitic plant in extremely arid North America, typescript, undated
9 Ancient crops for desert gardens, photocopy from Organic Gardening and Farming, 1977
10 The Apachian/Madrean region of southwestern North America as a center of plant diversity, 1992
11 [Arab/American], Laura Rose Nabhan’s field notes for GP Nabhan’s book Arab/American, 2004
12 Arab/American, reviews, 2008
13 Arab/American and Where Our Food Comes From, reviews, 2009
14 Arab/American, copyright registration from the U.S. copyright office, 2008
15 Arabic in the saddle, in Saudi Aramco World, March/April 2007
16 Are we ready to pledge allegiance to all levels of biodiversity?, photocopy and in Seed Savers Harvest Edition, 1997
17 Arizona’s food security, safety, and sustainability, report, [2003]
18 Arizonans need to address loss of farmland, increasing hunger, in The Sun Newspaper, 2003
19 At the edge of extinction: useful plants of the border of the United States and Mexico, Arnoldia, 1986
20 [August trek to Cucurpe], draft, notes, research material, 1975-2006 and undated
21 Bandana Days; poem, in Mountain Newsreal, Dec. 4, 1975
22 Barbeque on the Llano, poem, 1976
23 Beginning and end of the Colorado River, undated
24 Body, world, and rood, in Isotope, 2004
25 Buy Local Buy Native and sheep growers look to new and innovative marketing strategies, in Canyon Country Fresh News, 2004
26 Buying locally, you may keep your family safe, [empty folder], 2004
27 Cactaceas de Sonora, Mexico: su diversidad, uso y conservación, 2000
28 Camel whisperers: desert nomads crossing paths, offprint, Arizona History, 2008
29 A characterization of Galapagos mangrove communities (with a preliminary consideration of the ecological succession in relation to coastal geomorphological evolution), draft (incomplete), 1973
30 Chasing Magdelena, in Blue Cloud Quarterly, 1976
31 Chiltepines: wild spice of the American Southwest, in El Palacio, 1978
32 Comcáac Indian horned lizard song, in Orion, Winter 2001
33 Coming Home to Eat, photocopy and copy in Orion, 2000
34 Community supported wild foraging projects: a primer for wild food project participants, draft, 2004
35 Composition of Sonoran Desert foods used by Tohono O’odham and Pima Indians, photocopy, Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 1995
36 The conservation of mutualisms, photocopy and in Species, 1992
37 Conservation and use of rare plants by traditional cultures of the U.S. Mexico borderlands, photocopy, [1989?]
38 Contribuciones de la ciencia campesina de Pueblos Indigenas en la conservación de plantas raras del Desierto Sonorense, draft, 1991
39 Corn of the Southwestern U.S. and Northwestern Mexico, history, nutrition, cookery, and classification, 1982
40 Counting Sheep, in Phoenix, 1992
41 Criollo cattle of northwestern Mexican deserts, in Arid Lands Newsletter, 1984
42 Cultural adaptations to the desert’s bounty, in Sonorensis: A Desert Primer, 1997
43 Cultural dispersal of plants and reptiles to the Midriff Islands of the Sea of Cortés: integrating indigenous human dispersal agents into island Biogeography, photocopy, Journal of the Southwest, 2000
44 Cultures of habitat, photocopy, Our Land Ourselves, 1997
45 Deceptive bareness, in Céres, 1976
46 Desert adapted Criollo cattle and safekeeping Mexican genetic resources, in The Seedhead News, 1984
47 Desert as context: The Hohokam environment, offprint and photocopy, Exploring the Hohokam, 1991
48 The desert can heal: desert walk for health, heritage, and biodiversity, in HerbalGram, 2000
49 Desert follies and borderline fools, in The Seedhead News, 1994
50 Desert legumes as a nutritional intervention for diabetes, in Arid Lands, 1991
51 Desert oases as genetic refugia of heritage drops: persistence of forgotten fruits in the mission orchards of Baja California, Mexico, draft, International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation, 2010
52 The Desert Smells Like Rain, Wendell Berry’s edits, [1982?]
53 Desert Terroir, Chapter 2, First Taste, 26 p., undated
54 Desert tortoise mortality surveys and paraecology training on Seri lands, Sonora, Mexico, [2003?]
55 The desert walk for heritage, health, and biodiversity, in Earth Light, 2004
56 Desert Whirlwinds Across the Border, typescript; research material, 1990-1992, 1996
57 Desert Whirlwinds, novel, drafts, correspondence, 1991
58 Desert Whirlwinds, research material, 1979-1988 and undated
59 Devil’s claw domestication: evidence from Southwestern Indian fields, photocopy, Journal of Ethnobiology, 1981
60 Destruction of an ancient indigenous cultural landscape: an epitaph from Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, photocopy, Ecological Restoration, 2003
61 Diana-Gone-Driftwood-Dune-Woman, in The Great Lakes Review, 1977
62 Diana-Gone-Driftwood-Dune-Woman, in Kuksu Journal of Backcountry Writing, 1976
63 Directed deterrence by capsaicin in chiles, photocopies, Nature, July 2001
64 Documenting and incorporating Navajo traditional land management and ecological restoration practices in pine and fir uplands and Assaayi Watershed of the Chuska Mountains, draft, 2001-2003
65 Drought will have lasting consequences for western ranching, Farming, and Food Security, op-ed, typescript, undated
66 Early manuscripts, [1970s]
67 Eating in: the benefits of locally produced food, in Sierra, 2002
68 Ecological living calls for new lifestyles, in Environmental Action, 1970
69 Effects of water, nitrogen, and competition on growth, yield, and yield components of field grown tepary bean, offprint, Experimental Agriculture, 1991
70 Endangered plants, animals, and places in Native American traditions, photocopy, Seedhead News, 1993
71 [Enduring Seeds], Kokopelli articles, notes drafts, 1970-1971 and undated
72 [Enduring Seeds], Kokopelli meets Xochipilli, manuscripts and notes, 1987
73 Enduring Seeds, last chapter, rejected, 1987
74 Enduring Seeds, reviews, undated
75 Essay fragment, 1 p., [1990-1993?]
76 Ethnobotany of devil’s claw in the greater Southwest, photocopy, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 1986
77 Ethnobotany of the Rio San Miguel, Sonora, Mexico, 1976
78 Ethnobotany of wild cucurbits in arid North America, undated
79 Fasting, draft, notes, undated
80 Field note fragment, 1 p., March 1975
81 Field notes, handwritten notes, 1990 and undated
82 Field notes, 1994
83 Field notes, [2002-2003 and undated]
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6 1 The fire’s not waiting til next time, in Great River Review, Fall/Winter 2007
2 Flagstaff community farmers market: documenting the economic and ecological benefits to our community, 2002
3 Food for thought, photocopy, 2002
4 The food pyramid, [2004-2007?]
5 Food pyramid, typescript, undated
6 Food pyramid, novellas, notebook, 2001-2009
7 Food to stay: how a local food system builds health and community wealth, in Go Local, 2007
8 Foraging patterns in arid North America: biogeographical, ecological, and nutritional perspectives on plant resource diversity, draft, 1992
9 Foreword, Native American Gardening: Stories, Projects, and Recipes for Families, 1996
10 Forgotten fruits: dedicated preservationists are bringing heirloom apples back to the table, in Saveur, 2009
11 The Forgotten Pollinators, photocopy and copy in Wild Earth, Fall 2000
12 Formation of long term ecological reflection retreat, Sept. 2010
13 Franciscan work, notes and copies, 2006-2009
14 From “dry facts” to desert stewardship: the science and conservation legacy of Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, booklet, 1996
15 From the grassroots up: the conservation of plant genetic resources by grassroots organizations, Diversity, 1992
16 From the grassroots up: plant genetic resources conservation by grassroots organizations in North America, drafts, 1991
17 Garden varieties: renewing an heirloom seed legacy, in Edible Rhody, 2009
18 Gathering, photocopy from Native American Voices, 2001
19 Genetic diversity and similarity revealed via molecular analysis among and within and in situ population and ex situ accessions of chiltepín, offprint, Conservation Genetics, 2001
20 Geography of childhood, notes, “Dream turned into essay,” [1994?]
21 The germination of native seeds, in Seedhead News, 1993
22 The girl who sank into rocks, typescript, 1991
23 Gospel turns green, [2004]
24 Grama grass cactus: threatened by overgrazing?, photocopy, Agave, 1986
25 A grass man looks to the future of the range, photocopies, High Country News, 1976
26 Grow them sustainable, integrate them slowly, in The Snail, 2003
27 El Guachalero, in Border Beat, the Border Arts Journal, Spring/Summer 1998
28 Gutting fish, 36 p., undated
29 Habitat heterogeneity and biodiversity associated with indigenous agriculture in the Sonoran Desert, copy in Etnoecológica, 1994
30 Handing down ecological knowledge: reviving an ancient sense of place among the Seri Indians, in Orion, Autumn 1998
31 Healing the desert, photocopy, 1989-1990
32 The historic decline and recent revival of traditional ecological knowledge, typescript, 1997
33 Holding Fast, galleys, June 2005
34 Homage to Carlo Petrin, or, What do we claim as our tastes?, draft, 2006
35 Home cooking: what’s your food nation, in Sierra, 2006
36 Homeland insecurity, in Wild Earth, 2002
37 Hot spots, 2 p., list, [2009]
38 How is land degradation affecting plants?, photocopy and in The Seedhead News, 1986
39 Hummingbirds and human aggression: a view from the high tanks, The Georgia Review, 1992
40 If the raven should crow before I wake, offprint and copy in Terra Nova, 1996
41 The importance of Olneya tesota as a nurse plant in the Sonoran desert, photocopy, Journal of Vegetation Science, 1996
42 In praise and in appraisal of the working landscapes of the West, in Five Ways to Value the Working Landscapes of the West, 2007
43 In praise, and in appraisal of the working landscapes of the West, in The Quivira Coalition, 2006
44 In search of lost places (excerpted from Cultures of Habitat), in Land and People, 1997
45 Indian farmers dive into Arizona water battle, in High Country News, 1977
46 Interspecific relationships affecting endangered species recognized by O’odham and Comáac cultures, offprint, Ecological Applications, 2000
47 Invited feature for Ecological Abstracts, [1999]
48 Ironwood: an ecological and cultural keystone of the Sonoran Desert, in Occasional Papers in Conservation Biology, April 1994
49 Jean Andrews and update on grassroots…, in The Seedhead News, 1986
50 The killing fields: monarchs and transgenic corn, in Wild Earth Vision, 1999-2000
51 Land of contradictions, photocopy and copy in Audubon, April 1999
52 Linking Arizona’s sense of place to a sense of taste: marketing the heritage value of Arizona’s place-based foods, [2005]
53 Linking culture and biological diversity on the Colorado Plateau, photocopy and in Biodiversity, 2000
54 Linking drought and long-term water scarcity to food security in the Four Corners states, draft, 2004
55 Linking human and environmental health through desert foods, in Sonorensis, 2009
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7 1 Listening to a broken world, in Orion, May/June 2004
2 Living fencerows of the Rio San Miguel, Sonora Mexico: traditional technology for floodplain management, Human Ecology, 1977
3 The lonely primrose, photocopy and copy in Pacific Discover, Summer 1996
4 The loss of floral and faunal story, the extinction of experience: ethnobiological perspectives on biophilia, drafts, 1993
5 Lost pioneer, in South Dakota Review, 1973
6 Make your Thanksgiving dinner a celebration of American Indian food, Indian Country Today, Nov. 26, 2003
7 Managing cultural resources in Sonoran Desert biosphere reserves, photocopy and in Cultural Survival Quarterly, 1990
8 A meager living on lava and sand, offprint and in Journal of the Southwest, 1989
9 Mesquite, broadside, 13 copies, [1994]
10 Mesquite habitat conservation and alternative product development: highlights of a binational workshop, in Aridus, 1993
11 Migratory pollinators and their corridors: conservation across borders, 1999
12 Migratory pollinators and their nectar corridors in the southwestern U.S. and Northwest Mexico, report, 2002
13 Miscellaneous notes, sketches, and brainstormings, 1971 and undated
14 Modern technology: genetically altered corn is toxic to migrating monarch butterfly, undated
15 Monitoring and assessing threats to rare and endangered plants, their pollinators and habitats, draft, 1995
16 The moveable O’odham feast of San Francisco, in Native Peoples: The Arts and Lifeways, 1991
17 Nabhan’s response to reader’s letter, in Orion, Spring 1996
18 Native American cornucopia, in Native Peoples, 1992
19 Native American management and conservation of biodiversity in the Sonoran Desert bioregion: an ethnoecological perspective, typescript, 2003
20 Native conservation, photocopy and in CEDO News, 1992
21 Native crop diversity in Aridoamerica, offprint, Economic Botany, 1985
22 Native foods and diabetes project takes off and wild chile reserve plans proceed, in Seedhead News, 1990
23 Native foods and herbs to reduce diabetes: beans: a healthy alternative to fast food, brochure, 2009
24 Native foods survey…and drought disrupts Ganado…and marketing bison meat…, in Canyon Country Fresh News, 2004
25 Native plant products from the arid neotropical species: assessing benefits to cultural, environmental, and genetic diversity, photocopy, Sustainable Harvest and Marketing of Rain Forest Products, 1992
26 Natural excursions: working under the influence, in Orion, 1996
27 Near extinct gourd refound, in Seedhead News, 1987
28 Nectar trails, in Wild Earth, 2005-2005
29 Nectar trails for pollinators: designing corridors for conservation, 2000
30 Nectar trails of migratory pollinators: restoring corridors on private lands, in Conservation Biology in Practice, 2001
31 New crops for small farmers in marginal lands? Wild chiles as a case study, Agroecology and Small Farm Development, 1990
32 News from chile heaven, in Seedhead News, 1993
33 Northern Sierra Madre Occidental and its Apachian outliers: a neglected center of biodiversity, draft, 1994
34 Of moulds and men, offprint, Resurgence, Sept.-Oct. 2005
35 Oil spill threatens to smother Gulf Coast food cultures, blog printout, 2010
36 On the nectar trail, typescript and copy in Audubon; Plant diversity influenced by indigenous management of freshwater springs; Nectar trails for pollinators, 2000-2001 and undated
37 The only desert spring evening, in New Mexico Magazine, 1976
38 The O’odham book, Papago plows and tools, 1978
39 Orion conference, plenary session #2, 1999
40 Our forgotten pollinators: protecting the birds and the bees, photocopy, The Fatal Harvest Reader, 2002
41 [Papago field soils], p. 187-193 of article, [1980s?]
42 Passing on a sense of place and traditional ecological knowledge between generations and survey for young people, undated
43 The parable of the poppy and the bee, in Nature Conservancy, March-April 1996
44 Paternity suits and native New Mexican peppers? Who should pay the cost if heirloom chiles are genetically contaminated in the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area?, in Green Fire Times, 2010
45 El persistente espiritu de Sonora, in Américas, 2000
46 Perspectives in ethnobiology: ethnophenology and climate change, offprint, Journal of Ethnobiology, Spring/Summer 2010
47 Pesticide disruption of interactions between rare plants and their pollinators: chemically induced habitat fragmentation in the U.S. Mexico borderlands?, in Comments on Toxicology, 1996
48 Phoenix ignoring drought dilemma, photocopy, The Arizona Republic, 2003
49 Pilgrims on the pollen path, Plateau Journal, 2001
50 Plant diversity and endemism in Mega-Mexico: targeting Regions of highest conservation priority, undated
51 Plant diversity influenced by indigenous management of freshwater springs: flora of Quitovac, Sonora, Mexico, undated
52 Plant domestication and folk-biological change: The Upper Piman/devil’s claw example, offprint, American Anthropologist, 1987
53 Plants of springs and other wetlands on the Hopi Indian Reservation: a guide to their identification cultural significance, and to monitoring vegetation change in their habitats, draft, 2001
54 Pledging allegiance to all sorts of diversity, in Whole Terrain, 1997/1998
55 Poems, 1970-1974
56 Poems, 1985-1989
57 Poems, 2001-2005
58 Poems, undated
59 Poems, drafts, [1970-1990] and undated
60 Poems, drafts, [1975-1980]
61 Poems, drafts, [1995-2000]
62 Poems, drafts, 2000
63 Poems, Miscellaneous early poems, undated
64 Poems by Ofelia Zepeda translated by GPN, in Wild Earth, 2001
65 Poems, in Open Field, Spring 1970
66 Poems, Rancheria, selected poems, typescript, [28] p., [1980?]
67 Poem, Tierra (incognito), in High Country News, 1975
68 Poems, undated
69 Poems and notes, plants and travel, undated
70 Poems, untitled poems, undated
box folder
8 1 The pollination crisis: the plight of the honey bee and the decline of other pollinators imperils future harvests, in The Sciences, July/August 1996
2 Pollinator and predator, in The Whole Earth, 1997
3 Potencial del frijol tepari en las zonas deserticas, editorial, 1985
4 Prayer for the feast of the future, poem, undated
5 Promoting sustainability harvested native products in the Grand Canyon Country of the Four Corners states, action plan, photocopy, 2002
6 A proposal for national area designation in the Tumacacori Mountains of the Coronado National Forest as a genetic reserve to protect plants of economic importance, 1992
7 Regional seedstocks and Oscar Will’s vegetables, learning from agricultural history, photocopy, 1986
8 Renewing America’s Food Traditions, apples, draft, Feb. 2009
9 Renewing America’s Food Traditions, publicity, March 14, 2008
10 Renewing American’s Food Traditions, review, in Wild Apples, 2008
11 Renewing the food traditions of chile pepper nation: native and heirloom goods of the Southwest, [2008]
12 Renewing the native food traditions of Bison Nation, in The Snail, 2007
13 Replenishing desert agriculture with native plants and their symbionts, 1984
14 Representing the plants and animals, typescript and notes, 1973-1995
15 The Reserve Lay-off, Lake Superior, in North County Anvil, 1977
16 Respect for native knowledge can help preserve the West, photocopy, The Arizona Daily Star, 1997
17 The responses of Yucca elata, meeting of the Society for Range Management, 1976
18 Restoration biology: a population biology perspective, offprint, Restoration Ecology, 1997
19 Restoring and re-storying the landscape, in Restoration “&” Management Notes, 1991
20 Rethinking the National Parks for the 21st century, National Park System Advising Board Report, 2001
21 The Return of Navajo-Churro sheep to the loom and table, [2006]
22 Review of Desert Notes: Reflections in the Eye of a Raven, in High Country News, 1976
23 Review of Kuksu: Journal of Backcountry Writing, in High Country News, 1975
24 Review of North Book by Jim Green, in Western American Literature, 1976
25 Review of Run, River, Run by A. Zwinger, in The American West Magazine, 1976
26 Review of Seasons of the Wind, photocopy, 1986
27 Reviews of Gary Paul Nabhan’s work, 2001
28 Riqueza y estabilidad de los polinizadores de los cirios del Desierto Sonorense: un análisis comparitivo, photocopy, Sociedad Botánica de México, 2000
29 Running in place, in You Are Here: Journal of Creative Geography, Spring/Summer 1988
30 Running in place, typescript, 2 copies, 1996
31 Running in place, typescript, undated
32 Sabores Sin Fronteras, broadsides, [2009]
33 Sacred ecological and political dimensions of the clash between NEPI and Diné CARE, typescript, chapter 8, undated
34 Safeguarding species, languages, and cultures in the time of diversity loss, from the Colorado Plateau to global hotspots, in Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 2002
35 SBSRI proposal, grant proposal, Sept. 9, 2008
36 Sea and sand, in Slow Magazine, 2006
37 Seafood traditions at risk in North America, in The Snail, 2006
38 Second opening of the West: introductory remarks, typescript, 1993
39 The seed of a song, getting over the color green, photocopy, 2001
40 Seining off Tiburon, undated
41 Senses of place- y de placer- in Baja Arizona, offprint, Journal of the Southwest, 2008
42 The Seri, fragment in Sierra, 1998
43 Seri fire roasted mesquite, in Slow Food brochure, undated
44 Seri products sustainability analysis, 2005
45 Sharing the benefits between indigenous communities and other conservators/users of plant genetic resources and ethnobotanical knowledge, draft, 1991
46 [Singing the Turtles to Sea], Seri notes: trip 2/18/07-2/21/07, Ernesto Molina Villalobos, (artwork removed for flat storage), 2007 and undated
47 Singing the Turtles to Sea, correspondence, jacket copy, Feb. 5, 2003
48 Singing the Turtles to Sea, correspondence, draft materials, 2000 and undated
49 Singing the Turtles to Sea, Cross Pollinations, correspondence, contracts, typescripts, 2000-2001 and undated
50 Sketches and notes, 1970-1980
51 Some Like it Hot, chapters 3, 5-8, “laptop/disc,” Feb. 22-23, [2003?]
52 Song of the foodshed, in The Leopold Outlook, 2009
53 Songs of the Seri, photocopy from Sierra, map, 1998
54 Sonorismos: A multi-cultural vocabulary endemic to the Sonoran Desert region, newsletter, 1997
55 Sorcerer’s apprentice: in the underworld of Aztec shamans, an anthropologist uncovers a viper’s nest of feuds, poisons, and gleeful murder, in The Sciences, January/February 1996
56 A special issue on the tepary bean, photocopy, Desert Plants, 1983
57 Special report: endangered plants, animals, and places in Native American traditions, 1993
58 Spice book trade, book proposal, [2009]
59 Spirited survival of Sonora, in Americas, August 2000
60 Spring smelt run, Gary Beach, Lake Michigan, in Wisconsin Review, April 1975
61 State of the desert biome: uniqueness, biodiversity, threats, and the adequacy of protection in the Sonoran bioregion, draft, 1998
62 State of the desert biome, report, 1999
63 Sticky money: keeping our food dollars closer to home, in Flagstaff Voice, 2007
64 Stopping states’ farmland loss and reducing hunger, in The Navajo Hopi Observer, 2003
65 Stuck on the desert, in Sierra, March/April 2004
66 Taller sobre Tortugas marinas para la tribu indígena Seri, photocopy, Noticiero de Tortugas Marinas, 1999
67 The tepary bean, photocopy and in Slow Ark, 2003
68 The tepary bean: grown in the American desert, photocopy, Slow (Food) Magazine, [2005]
box folder
9 1 Thanksgiving and the food crisis, draft, 2008
2 Thornber’s fishhook cactus, conserving a declining species, in Agave, 1986
3 Those who showed up joined the household, in Dacotah Territory, Spring/Summer 1975
4 Threatened Native American plants, photocopy and in Endangered Species Update, 1992
5 Toolkit for promoting tribal access to off-reservation gathering grounds and sacred sites, draft, 2004
6 Tree of Life: why it’s time to protect the ironwood, in Tucson Weekly, 2000
7 Trumpet flowers of the Sonoran Desert: floral biology of peniocereus cacti and sacred datura, photocopy and in International Journal of Plant Sciences, 2003
8 A Tucson Angle of Repose, introduction, in Orion, 1996
9 Two articles, in Lugares del Corazón, 1997
10 Two chiltepin recipes, wild chile reserve plans proceed, and Why are chile peppers so hot?, undated
11 Update on Grassroots-USDA collaboration and Jean Andrews, photocopies and in The Seedhead News, 1986
12 Useful desert plants for low-input polycultures, draft, [1998]
13 Using natural desert ecosystems as models for agroforestry: the gray, spiney revolution, 1987
14 Variation in composition of Hopi Indian beans, photocopy, Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 1985
15 Vascular plants of a desert aasis: flora and ethnobotany of Quitobaquito, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Arizona, in San Diego Society of Natural History, 1992
16 La Verna’s wounds, photocopy, Traveling Souls, 1999
17 Viable seeds from prehistoric caches? Archaeobotanical remains in Southwestern folklore, offprint, The Kiva, 1977
18 Weaving together a local food system, draft, 2003
19 Welfare soybean farming vs. welfare ranching, in The Quivera Coalition, June 2003
20 What we got here is a failure to collaborate, draft and copy in High Country News, June-Aug. 2009
21 When the desert dances, in the Sierra Club Wildlife Calendar, 1993
22 When the spring of animal dreams runs dry, photocopy from Counting Sheep, 1993
23 Where ancient stories guide children home, in Natural History, 1997
24 Where Our Food Comes From: Retracing the World’s Greatest Plant Explorer through the Centers of Food Diversity on Five Continents, typescript, 2007
25 Where Our Food Comes From, galley, misc. pages, July, 4, 2008 and undated
26 Where Our Food Comes From, reviews, 2009
27 White Horse Pass and Through the Night Comes Morning-Talking, in South Dakota Review, 1976-1977
28 Why chiles are hot, in Natural History, 1977
29 Why Some Like It Hot, (Spanish), review, undated
30 Wild and domesticated teparies (Phaseolus acutifolius): underexploited legumes, draft, National Academy of Sciences, Autumn 1976
31 Wild cucurbita in arid America, in Native Seeds/SEARCH, 1985
32 Wild desert relatives of crops: their direct uses as food, offprint and photocopy, Plants for Arid Lands, 1985
33 The wild, the domesticated and the coyote-tainted, typescript, 1999-2006
34 Wild Phaseolus ecogeography in the Northern Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico, June 1986
35 Wild Phaseolus ecogeography in the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico: areographic techniques for targeting and conserving species diversity, 1990
36 Wild relatives of New World crops, draft, 1979
37 Wild relatives of New World crops considered endangered or threatened species in the U.S., draft, 1990-1995
38 Woodlands in crisis: a legacy of lost biodiversity on the Colorado Plateau, 2004
39 The year of the heirloom apple, in In Good Tilth, 2010
40 Zahle Trail, Lebanese-American Book Proposal, typescript, 2009

Literary Production, Other Writers

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9 41 Poems by Sara St. Antone, Gary Snyder broadside, poem by Jane Hirschfield, Kymberly Taylor, card, 1990-2003 and undated
42 Siberian Outpost, by Gary Snyder, for GP Nabhan, 2007
43 Student work; Hopi, Navajo students, later published in Suntracks, 1976


box folder
9 44 Certificate of Appreciation, from Community Supported Wild Foraging Project, Oct. 16, 2003
45 Jardinero Award, Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace, Aug. 2010
46 MacArthur Foundation, certificate, 1995
47 Mención Honorífica, certificate, Sonora and Arizona, Oct. 1988


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9 48 Food fight for the ages, interview by Heidi Busse, in World Ark magazine, 2010
49 Interview between Gary Nabhan, Mike Chicago, and Paul Mirocha, 1994
50 Interview with Gary Nabhan by Aaron French, on Civil Eats blog, 2009

Center for Sustainable Environments (CSE)

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9 51 Advancing sustainability in Arizona through tri-university collaborations, 2003
52 America’s endangered foods, 2004
53 Annual report, 2005
54 Annual report, April 2004
55 Annual report and Arizona’s food security…and Envisioning collaborations on the Colorado Plateau…, newsletters, 2004
56 Arizona’s food security, safety, and sustainability, [empty folder], undated
57 Canyon Country Fresh, undated
58 Canyon Country Fresh News with recipes insert, 2005
59 A catalyst for collaborative conservation, brochure, undated
60 Comcáac native aquaculture, photocopied brochure, 2008
61 Community Food and Economic Development-Sequence # 1872, [2004]
62 Community Food Projects Planning Guide, 2004
63 Community Supported Wild Foraging Pilot Project, 2003
64 Conservation Ecology Certificate Program guidebook, 2002
65 Cross tabs of CSE questions by county (Urban/Rural), undated
66 Documenting and promoting sustainable food system on the Colorado Plateau, report, undated
67 Environmental science, policy, and humanities publications, 2001-2003
68 Fair Trade Sonoran oregano from the Seri Indians, 2004
69 Farming with biodiversity: native pollinators and plants for sustainable food production in the Grand Canyon eco-region, undated
70 First publication of Center for Sustainable Environments, newsletter, 2000-2001
71 Flagstaff Community Farmers’ Market: 10 reasons to buy local, undated
72 Flagstaff Community Farmers’ Market: documenting the economic and ecological benefits to our community, 2002-2004
73 Fresh, local sustainable foods of Canyon Country, undated
74 Fresh, organic, and native foods of the Four Corners, 2004
75 Linking drought and long term water scarcity to food security in the Four Corners states: a food policy paper, 2004
box folder
10 1 Local food data: Arizona, project, [2005-2006]
2 Marketing for Land Stewards, Briefing #1, 2004
3 Marketing for Land Stewards, Briefing #2, [empty folder], undated
4 Miscellaneous flyers, 2003-2004
5 Northern Arizona University, community based restoration projects, [2002]
6 Northern Arizona University sustainability plans (draft), 2004
7 Northern Arizona University sustainability strategy plan, 2003
8 Promoting sustainably harvested native products in the Grand Canyon Country of the Four Corners states, 2002
9 Renewing Salmon Nation’s food traditions, [2006]
10 Rescuing America’s Endangered food traditions, bulletin, 2004
11 Resource Guide #1, 2nd edition: directory of eco-regional food sustainability, [2001]
12 Sacred lands and gathering grounds: a toolkit, report, 2005
13 Safeguarding the uniqueness of the Colorado Plateau, 2002
14 Seri shellfish marketing plan, by Matthew David Welch, 2007
15 Slooooow down diabetes with traditional Navajo foods, flyer, undated
16 Statewide survey results regarding equity in statewide water allocation, 2004
17 Statewide survey results regarding purchasing locally supplied beef, 2004
18 Success stories from Northern Arizona University’s ERDENE initiatives, report, 2003
19 Sustainable seafood and the fate of the oceans, version 1, 2004
20 Various brochures, papers, and newsletters from CSE, undated
21 Weaving together local food system, [empty folder], 2003
22 Where our food comes from, pamphlets, 2008
23 Where to purchase traditional foods of the indigenous peoples of North America, 2006

Renewing America’s Food Traditions (RAFT)

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10 24 American livestock breeds conservancy breeders directory, 2005
25 Ark nomination: Chiltepin wild chile pepper from the Southwest, undated
26 Ark nomination: Puebloan blue flour corn for piki, undated
27 Ark nomination: Puebloan red dye amaranth, undated
28 Ark nomination: rare Hawaiian honey, undated
29 Ark nomination: the American amaranth, undated
30 Ark nomination: the Seminole pumpkin, undated
31 Ark nomination process, undated
32 Carleton College Opening Convocation, 2009
33 An eco-gastronomical approach to preserving biodiversity, grant proposal, 2004
34 Endangered edibles from The Saveur 100, in Saveur magazine, 2005
35 Foods at risk in Chile Pepper Nation, 2005
36 Food producers and their place-based foods at risk in the Gulf Coast, undated
37 Forgotten fruits of the Great Lakes Region: restoring heritage varieties to our tables, workshop/meeting folder, 2009
38 Forgotten fruits workshop, 2009
39 General information: Ark and RAFT, undated
40 Harvest edition of the Seed Savers Exchange, 1981
41 Native American cookbooks, project, undated
42 Native Seeds/SEARCH, articles and papers on diabetes, 1990
43 Native Seeds/SEARCH, celebrating 20 Years of Conservation, seedlisting, 2003
44 Native Seeds/SEARCH: diabetes introductory packet, undated
45 Native Seeds/SEARCH: Native American diet and exercise controls diabetes, 1993
46 Native Seeds/SEARCH, summer monsoon catalog, 1996
47 Niiĝuĝim Qalgadangis: Atkan food, undated
48 Place-based foods at risk in California, 2006
49 Place-based foods at risk in New England and the Maritime Provinces, 2007
50 Press archive, 2004-2005
51 RAFT map: America’s place-based food traditions: eat your heritage, 2008
52 RAFT partner binder, 2005-2007
53 Renewing the food traditions of Chile Pepper Nation, workshop results, [2006]
54 Reviving the Ozette potato: a Salmon Nation food with a rich history and delicious taste, undated
55 Seed savers exchange, spring edition, 2009
56 Slow Food/Ark U.S.A., papers and articles, 2004
57 Slow Food USA National Congress, additional meeting materials, 2008
58 SLOW: The Magazine of the Slow Food Movement, 2006
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11 1 The Snail, A Slow Food USA Newsletter, 2006
2 The Snail, A Slow Food USA Newsletter, 2003
3 A tasting of rare, threatened, and endangered foods from the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market, 2009
4 Various brochures from different groups comprising RAFT founding partners, undated


box folder
11 5 Burgundy scrapbook: news clippings, correspondence, reviews, 1981-1995 and undated
6 Red scrapbook: news clippings, correspondence, reviews, journals, 1982-1993 and undated


box folder
11 7 The 13 most dynamic minds in food politics you should know, in Viva Terra Living, on, 2008
8 Adding value…from field to table, Appalachian Spring Cooperative, 2003
9 Advance praise for Smithsonian Foods of the Americas Cookbook, 2004
10 Aldo Leopold Centennial Celebration, 2009
11 American Forests, Winter 2005
12 An analysis of Papago communities from 1900-1920, by Richard Donald Jones, 1969
13 Animalitos del desierto y del mar, undated
14 Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, photocopy, 1876
15 Appendices to legislative justification, Duckwater Shoshone Tribe, 1992
16 Appendix II: Papago names for plants; newspaper articles; Coming in to the food shed by Kloppenburg, Hendrickson, Stevenson; 5 p. typescript; Advice from the Field articles, 1995-1998 and undated
17 An archaeological survey of the Cabeza Prieta Game Range, Arizona, by Bernard L. Fontana, undated
18 Arizona drought takes toll, photocopy, San Francisco Chronicle, undated
19 Arizonans willing to pay more for traditional Foods, press release, 2003-2005 and undated
20 Association of American Geographers, annual meeting program, 2008
21 Ban junk food in public schools, say Arizonans, 2003
22 Bibliographic references, p. 134, undated
23 Bi’kita: ceremonia pápago, by Héctor González, [1989]
24 Bioneers, 19th Annual Conference, 2008
25 Border Beat: the Border Arts Journal, 1996
26 Borderland Foodways Symposium and related events, 2008
27 Bridging the gap: collaborative conservation from the ground up, Colorado State University, 2009
28 Bringing local foods to local institutions, 2003
29 Canyon Country Fresh sponsors niche market meats workshop, in Canyon Country Fresh News, 2005
30 The Catch Pen, newsletter, 2006
31 Checklist of Sonoran desert oases floras, [1982]
32 Chefs Collaborative’s sustainable seafood primer, 2003
33 Chile’s chemical puts the heat on predators by Kerry Fehr-Snyder, photocopy from The Arizona Republic, 2001
34 Choctaw Indian dishes, compiled by Amanda and Peter Hudson, photocopy, 1955
35 Churro lamb, La Posoda style by Beverly Cox and Martin Jacobs, in Native Peoples Arts and Lifeways magazine, 2008
36 Los Comcáac y su comida tradicional: como prevenir el diabetis, undated
37 Commercial clams of the Northern American Pacific Coast by Murray H. Amos, 1966
38 The community concept: strengthening our human and ecological communities through conservation education, Leopold Conference, 2009
39 Community food projects planning guide, Hugh Joseph and Kai Siedenburg, 2004
40 Community Sketches: Charles Darwin Research Institute, undated
41 Conservation mission statement and long-range strategy plan, The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, 1997-2002
42 Cool weather gardens fresh food by your door by Meals for Millions, in The Papago Runner, 1979
43 Cowboy Poetry Gathering, program, 24th, Jan. 26-Feb. 2, 2008
44 Crescent City Farmer’s market, 2002
45 Cross-cultural trader by George Baramki Azar, in Aramco World magazine, 1994
46 Diablo Canyon rural planning area: evolving traditions in a new economy, action plan, 2005
47 Directions from Flagstaff, AZ to Crestone, CO, 2004
48 Dissertation chapter, Candace, p. 15-41, undated
49 Diversity: a news journal for the international genetic resources community, The Mediterranean, 1995
50 Draft report on the Hia-Ced O’odham program with recommended changes in goals and objectives, by Mike Fraga, 1989
51 Drawings and oral histories from Dust Bowl, photocopy, High Country News, 1974
52 Drought; a scientific perspective, from The Quivira Coalition, 2000
53 The drought dilemma, by Doug McInnis and Clink Peck, 2002
54 Drought-related research and forecasts, speaker contact information, undated
55 Eating locally, thinking globally, farm to cafeteria: healthy farms, healthy students, by Community Food Security Coalition, 2002
56 Eco-log and photocopy from Canyonlands National Park, Utah, 1970
57 Ecological Society of America, 94th Annual Meeting, official meeting program, 2009
58 Ecology and sustainability of food systems, course taught by Nabhan, 2004
59 Economic impact of drought and the benefits of NOAA’s drought forecasting services, from NOAA Magazine Online, [2002]
60 Efrain , the desert side-blotched lizard, told by Amalia Astorga and recorded by Gary Paul Nabhan, (photos removed for storage), undated
61 Ethnobiology, Society of, thirteenth conference, 1990
62 Ethnobiology, 7th international conference, program and abstracts, 2000
63 Ethnobiology and Ethnoecology by Gary J. Martin, photocopy, from Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2000
64 Ethnobotany: integrating biology and traditional knowledge, abstracts, 2008
65 Farm Fresh products, miscellaneous brochure, undated
66 Feasibility study for the little Colorado River Valley National Heritage Area, 2008
box folder
12 1 Fiber data (insoluble and soluble), 1991
2 Flagstaff Farmers’ Market, 2003
3 Flagstaff Farmers’ Market, indemnity agreement, 2003
4 Flavors without Borders: a Literary Anthology About Traditional Foodways, Farming, and Ranching in the U.S./Mexico Border States, 2008
5 Food sovereignty, by Cathleen Kneen, The Ram's Horn, 2002 2008
6 The future of working cultural landscapes: parks, partners, and local products, 2008
7 The future of working cultural landscapes: parks, partners, and local products, workshop, 2004
8 Gary Nabhan in American Environmental Leaders by Anne Becher, undated
9 Gary Paul Nabhan: a bibliography of the works of a Southwestern naturalist and ethnobotanist, compiled by Kimberly Buck, 1995
10 Gary Paul Nabhan by Gioia Woods, biography, [2005]
11 The geology and mineralogy of the Castle Dome Mining District, by Anne Domitrovic, undated
12 GP Nabhan brochures from readings, lectures, and conferences, 1997-2010
13 Guggenheim proposal, 1996
14 The Gulf of California Conference, 2004
15 Harlan II: An International Symposium, program and abstract booklet, 2008
16 History of the Puerto Peñasco area, by Julian Hayden, undated
17 “A Home Grown Dish,” article by Anne Minard, in Daily Sun, 2002
18 Immigrants adding their own ingredients to farmers’ markets, 2003
19 Indians complete trek against diabetes by Maureen O’Connell, in Arizona Daily Star, 2000
20 Informe de la investigación de la Tortuga del monte en la isla Tiburón, Sonora, Mexico, 2001
21 International plant genetic resources; Egypt, undated
22 Invaden los pápagos las oficinas IN…, photocopy, El Imperial, 1982
23 La Duke: the Seri, sea turtles and cleavage, by Winona LaDuke, from Indian Country Today, 2005
24 A Learning Environment by Valerie Finholm, photocopy, from the Hartford Courant, 1995
25 Local Foods Benefit, Nabhan and Adrienne Young, 2008
26 Managing useful plant resources in protected areas and biosphere reserves, revised outline, 1996
27 Manuscript of park service archaeologist/historian’s notes with T. Childs Jr. on deposit in the Amerind Foundation, Dragoon, AZ, by R. Van Valkenburgh, [1945]
28 Milkweed questionnaire, undated
29 Miller postcard and Miroch sketches, 1981-1982
30 Mimbres pottery fish designs, undated
31 Moral Ground, townhall meeting outline, undated
32 My Search for the Perfect Apple, by John Cloud, in Time magazine, 2007
33 Nabhan’s first tepary bean seed collection, 1975-1980
34 Nabhan glyph in Arabic, undated
35 Nabhan served as a model for San Isidro Labrado, by Janet K. Miller, 1998
36 Native American Intellectual Property Rights, 2004
37 Native Peoples, vol. 17, no. 6, Sept.-Oct. 2004
38 NAU Local and Native Food Survey, 2002-2003
39 NAU man’s research proves to be hot and wild, in Arizona Daily Sun newspaper, 2001
40 The Navajo Sheep Project and the Navajo Churro, the History and Near Extinction of the Churro, pamphlet, 2009
41 The Nectar Trail: progress reports on the migratory pollinator project, 2000
42 Northern Arizona University Campus Interview, on campus visit, 2000
43 Notas de campo, sin revision: de investigaciones antropolgicas e historias en el norte de Sonora, by Edmundo Faubert, 1974
44 Nutritional analysis, incomplete report, undated
45 Nutritional values of assorted beans, undated
46 Observational study of maize production systems of Suni farmers, offprint, Journal of Ethnobiology, 2002
47 Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association news, 2002
48 O’odham-English plant name translations, undated
49 O’odham I:waki-Wild Greens of the Desert People, by Meals for Millions, 1980
50 Order of Ecumenical Franciscans, includes correspondence, 2008-2009 and undated
51 Petri dish of creativity by Seth Muller, in Mountain Living magazine, 2005
52 Polinizadores Migratorios: background reading materials for research collaborators, PCC Reference Binder, 1999
53 Primal prescription by John Willoughby, in Eating Well magazine, 1991
54 Property rights and endangered species protection, from the Endangered Species Coalition, 1995
55 Protecting oh-so-hot peppers, ABC News, 2000
56 Proximate analysis of ironwood, undated
57 Que Pasa and Sunday Daily Sun, 1978 and 2002
58 Quiz given to U of A students and to Seri about sound symbolism in Seri words, 1998-1999
59 Raising Arizona: NAU professor grows locally to affect globally, by Mike Prokopeak, in Mountain Living, Oct. 2003
60 Relacion uso-disponibilidad de componentes topograficos y un model de calidad de habitat para el Borrego Cimarron, en Sonora, Mexico, by Saavedra et. al., offprint, Acta Zoologica Mexicana, 1999
61 Report of the Commissioner of Indian affairs, 1866
62 Reservation (and Remote) Rural Food Assessments, undated
63 The role of drought in range management by Thurlow and Taylor, undated
64 Rural roots inland northwest farm fresh buying guide, 2002
65 Santa Cruz Valley Heritage Alliance workshop, 2008
66 Santa Cruz Valley National Heritage Area: Feasibility Study Summary, 2005
67 Saving the Wide Open Spaces: The Conservation of Working Landscapes in the American West, book proposal by Susan Charnley and Thomas E. Sheridan, 2008
68 The science behind the Three Sisters Mound System by Jane Mt. Pleseant, photocopy from Histories of Maize, 2006
69 Seri Indians and diabetes, articles, correspondence, 1989-2002 and undated
70 The Seri Indians Sea Turtle Conservation in the Gulf of California, Grupo Tortuguero Comcáac, [2006]
71 La Settimana della Biodiversita, Italian brochure (brochure removed for flat storage), 2010
72 Silos and Smokestacks National Heritage Area- Iowa, Visitor’s Guide, 2009-2010
73 Simposio de historia de Sonora- Memoria, 1979
74 Slow foods keep you skinny, clean out arterties, level blood sugar, and leave teeth alone, [2004]
75 Society for Conservation Biology, meeting, 1993
76 The Society for Economic Botany, 32nd Annual Meeting, 1991
77 Some words of the language of the Pima and Papago Indians of Arizona Territory, by F.E. Grossman, 1871
78 Speaker advocates eating local crops, newspaper article, undated
79 Succulent plants and their biotic relationships, 1992
80 Survey of Flagstaff farmers’ market amenities, 2003
81 La III [tercera] feria artisanal de la selva May, April 4, 1997
82 Trek through the desert finds blooms that heal, by Anne Raver, in The New York Times, March 30, 2000
83 Urban Almanac, 2006
84 Western drought and fires, from, 2002
85 White Gold, photocopy, Chefs Collaborative Communiqué, 2002
86 Why conservationists should heed Pokemon, by Balmford et. al., 2002
87 Wild Farm Alliance Food Pyramid, undated
88 Wings: essays on invertebrate conservation, 1996
89 World Resources Institute, publications catalog, 1990
90 You are what you eat by Colette Bancroft, in St. Petersburg Times, 2009

Printouts from Computer Disks

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13 1 Holding Fast ms., Final-To Holding Fast.doc, 8-12-2005
2 [Holding Fast], Final-To Holding Fast.doc, June 10, 2005
3 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast.doc, May 11, 2003
4 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Twelve Jeru.doc [Ch. 13-17], February 6, 2005
5 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Seven Sinai.doc, February 9, 2005
6 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Recipe 1.doc, January 29, 2005
7 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Macallao al Pil.doc, November 1, 2004
8 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Extracts.doc, January 27, 2005
9 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Chapters 7-12a.doc, February 1, 2005
10 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Chapters 7-12.doc, February 8, 2005
11 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Chapters 7-11.doc, February 1, 2005
12 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Chapter Two.doc, September 13, 2004
13 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Chapter Six.doc, January 21, 2005
14 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Chapter Seven.doc, January 26, 2005
15 Holding Fast 050209_1353, Holding Fast Chapter One.doc, September 11, 2004
16 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Chapter Five.doc, January 12, 2005
17 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Chapter One.doc, September 11, 2004
18 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Chapter Seven.doc, January 24, 2007
19 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Chapter Six, January 21, 2005
20 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Chapter Two.doc, January 9, 2005
21 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Chapter Two-Five.doc, January 22, 2005
22 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Chapter Two-Four.doc, January 10, 2005
23 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast Extracts.doc, September 11, 2004
24 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast recipe 1.doc, January 11, 2005
25 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Holding Fast recipe molakhia.doc, October 6, 2004
26 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Introduction to Holding Fast.doc, January 22, 2005
27 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Pescado seco capeado.doc, October 1, 2004
28 Holding Fast 050209_1353, floppy disk 01-25-2005, Smithsonian Folklife Center.doc, January 12, 2005
29 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Talking About Biodiversity.pdf, March 29, 2006
30 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Statement of relationship.pdf, March 29, 2006
31 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Protecting sacred places.pdf, March 29, 2006
32 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Petition example.pdf, March 29, 2006
33 Sacred Lands Toolkit, National Historic Register Forms.doc, March 29, 2006
34 Sacred Lands Toolkit, MOU for gathering between NPS and S. Utah tribes.rtf, March 29, 2006
35 Sacred Lands Toolkit, MOU for collecting Tan oak mushroom in Six Rivers NF.doc, March 29, 2006
36 Sacred Lands Toolkit, MOU between USFS and Western Apache.doc, March 29, 2006
37 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Gathering policy USFS and CA tribes.rtf, March 26, 2009
38 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Cost-share agreement basketweavers, USFS.doc, March 29, 2006
39 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Conservation easement template, March 29, 2006
40 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Assessing health hazards related to plant gathering.doc, March 29, 2006
41 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Action alert and rally.pdf, March 29, 2006
42 Sacred Lands Toolkit, Photographs, [Baboquiviri Peak, Grand Falls Little Colorado River, Mt. Sinai, Wailing Wall], March 29, 2006
43 FAO Agrobiodiversity.doc, 4-7-2006
44 DTC paper, 28 June 03, [desert tortoise mortality surveys and paraecology training on Comcáac (Seri) lands, Sonora, Mexico], June 2003
45 [Extreme Natural Science], Aug. 21, 2005
46 Nabhan-Brusca Chile Pepper Nation, Feb 20 2007, RAFT Chile Pepper Nation final text 7 feb.doc, Feb. 20, 2007
47 Nabhan-Brusca Chile Pepper Nation, Feb 20 2007, Nabhan intro Chile Pepper Nationa Feb 16.doc, Feb. 20, 2007
48 Nabhan-Brusca Chile Pepper Nation, Feb 20 2007, Brusca intro-Chile Pepper Nation – feb 15.doc, Feb. 20, 2007
49 Nabhan intro Chile Ppr Nation, Feb 16.doc, Feb. 21, 2007
50 Nancy’s RAFT notes, Portland, 9-20-2005
51 AZ Press, AZ Press, [village, fields, irrigation system, Oman, Vavilov], Feb. 15, 2007
52 AZ Press, Highmat Images, [fields, buildings, ruins, river], Feb. 15, 2007
53 Canyon del Muerto Canyon de Chelly, Gary’s photos, Mar 04, 040329_1437, [people, orchards, buildings, cliffs, sheep], Dec. 1979
54 Chile Nation, 4-20-08, [chiles, flowers, map, people, grasses, fruit, cactus], 2008
55 Desemboque 2007, 2007-0705, [fishermen, shellfish, village], July 2007
56 Desemboque 2007, 2007-07-04, 220-40-22, [village, people, pelicans, boats], July 2007
57 Desemboque 2007, 2007-07-03, [people, children, rattlesnake, harvesting mesquite, food], July 2007
58 Desemboque 2007, 2007-07-02, STITCH_0458, [mountains], July 2007
59 Desemboque 2007, 2007-07-02, [people, clam digging, mesquite harvesting and roasting], July 2007
60 Desemboque 2007, 2007-07-01, STITCH_0417, [pelicans], July 2007
61 Desemboque 2007, 2007-07-01, STITCH_0425, [mountains and beach], July 2007
62 Desemboque 2007, 2007-07-01, [people, New Year’s Eve, dancing, mesquite harvesting], July 2007
63 Desemboque 2007, 2007-06-30, [barrel cactus, harvesting, replanting, people, children blowing bubbles, mesquite, organ pipe], July 2007
64 Desemboque 2007, 2007-06-29, [Magdelana hostel, lamb, Molly], July-Sept. 2007
box folder
14 1 Kfar Zabad pics, [buildings, orchards, fields], Nov.-Dec. 2006
2 RAFT brochure, RAFT_v4.jpg, 10-3-2006
3 Seri pictures #2, [people, children, fishing, village], 7-7-2007
4 38 images for Powerpoint, [people, birds, map, snake, book covers, cactus], Feb. 2007
5 RAFT: Raft_foodie.ppt, 4-12-2005
6 Land stewardship pres., January 23, Collaborative stewardship.ppt, 1-23-2007
7 RAFT: RAFT Picnic Texas.ppt, November 1, 2007
8 RAFT: RAFT 2006 Gary.ppt, February 14, 2006
9 Nabhan FAO, Agrobiodiversity changes through time.ppt, Gary Nabhan Center for Sustainable Environments, April 7, 2006
10 Deepening our sense of local.ppt, 3-28-2007
11 IPGRI2 Agrobiodiversity changes through time.ppt, 4-27-2006
12 Niche beef Quivira Mailpais and Quivira livestock breeds niche marketing.ppt, 12-29-2004
13 (4) presentations: Welcome to the world of Mescal de Tequila.ppt, 2-11-2004
14 (4) presentations: The bat-agave-human symbiosis.ppt, 2-11-2004
15 (4) presentations: Rescuing America’s endangered food traditions.ppt, 2-11-2004
16 (4) presentations: Green box.ppt, 2-11-2004

Computer Disks

box item
14 17 Holding Fast ms., [Microsoft Office Word 97-2003 and Windows Media], 2003-2005
18 [Holding Fast, Microsoft Office Word 97-2003], 2005
19 Holding Fast, [Microsoft Office Word 97-2003], 2003
20 Sacred Lands Toolkit, [Adobe Acrobat pdf; Microsoft Office Word 97-2003; Rich Text Format; JPEG], 2006
21 FAO Agrobiodiversity, [Microsoft Office Word 97-2003], 2006
22 DTC paper, [Microsoft Office Word 97-2003], 2003
23 [Extreme Natural Science, Microsoft Office Word 97-2003 and Windows Media], 2005
24 Nabhan-Brusca Chile Pepper Nation, [Microsoft Office Word 97-2003], 2007
25 Nabhan intro Chile Ppr Nation, [Microsoft Office Word 97-2003], 2007
26 Nancy’s RAFT notes, Portland, [1 file opens with Microsoft Office Word, 2 files do not open], 2005
27 AZ Press, [images: Highmat, JPG], 2007
28 Canyon del Muerto Canyon de Chelly, Gary’s photos, [JPG], 1979
29 Chile Nation, [images: tif; other files would not open], 2003-2008
30 Desemboque 2007, [images: JPG; video: AVI], 2007-2009
31 Kafar Zabad pics, [images: JPG], 2006
32 RAFT brochure, [image: JPG], 2006
33 Seri pictures #2, [images: JPG; video: AVI], 2007
34 Land stewardship pres., [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003], 2007
35 RAFT Texas powerpoint, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003], 2007
36 RAFT 2006 Gary.ppt, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003], 2006
37 Agrobiodiversity changes through time, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003; other files would not open], 2002-2006
38 Deepening our sense of local.ppt, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003; other files would not open], 2003-2007
39 Nabhan FAO IPGRI, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003; other files would not open], 2002-2006
40 Niche beef Quivira, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003], 2004
41 (4) presentations, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003], 2004
42 38 images for Powerpoint, [images: JPG], 2007
43 Lebanon wetlands, [images: JPG and HIGHMAT], 2007
44 RAFT, [Microsoft Office Powerpoint 97-2003], 2005
45 Promo brochure [not printed, large file, brochure is in the collection], 2007
46 Utah Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide, [not printed, no files], Feb. 19, 2008
47 RAFT, edited manuscript [not printed, disk cracked], [2006-2007?]

Audio Cassettes

box item
15 1 The Desert Smells Like Rain, Audio Press, undated
2 Orion Society’s Forgotten Language Tour, April 4, 1995, Ofelia Zepeda, Robert Michael Pyle, Gary Paul Nabhan, April 4, 1995
3 Canciones de los Comáac, undated

Video Cassettes

box item
15 4 Young agrarians, 26 minutes, 2003
5 Turtugas marinas y las indigenas Comcaac: conciones de sobrevivencia, 14 minutes, 2005
6 Art of the wild, interviews with nature writers (Francisco X. Alarcón, John Daniel, Jane Hirshfield, Garrett Hongo, Pam Houston, William Kittredge, Sandra McPherson, Gary Paul Nabhan, Louis Owens, Pattiann Rogers, Annick Smith, Gary Snyder, Luci Tapahonso, Terry Tempest Williams), a Baylands Production, 1996
7 Community supported wild foraging project, Center for Sustainable Environments, 15 minutes, undated
8 Composite Tape: 1. Desert food is healthy food; 2. A taste of health; 3. Fat city; 4. Diabetes: how to prevent it, Aborigines, undated
9 Diabetes and desert foods: examples from O’odham traditions, 20 minutes, 1991

Audio CDs

box item
15 10 Aldo Leopold in the Southwest, produced by Jack Loeffler, 59 min., 2 copies, 2009
11 Biocultural Diversity: Adaptability lessons from biology and indigenous cultures; Gary Nabhan, Kelsang Aukatsang, moderated by Mark Sommer, Bioneers, 79 min., 2008
12 Knowing Our Foodsheds, Localizing Our Food Systems; Gary Paul Nabhan, Jo Ann Baumgartner, Michael Diimock, Bioneers, 79 min., 2008
13 Part 1: Nature Heals All Wounds: Spirals, Seashells and Molecular Architecture; Jay Harman, Paul Anastas Part 2: Surviving Climate Change: Plants, People and Place, John Mohawk, Gary Nabhan, Bioneers, 57 min., 2006
14 Navajo Churro Sheep, story and work by Daniel Kraker, KNAU-AZ, NPR All Things Considered, June 24, 2005
15 WFIU Public Radio Profiles, with guest Gary Nabhan and Joel Salatin, host, Annie Corrigan, 58 min., 2010
16 Radio West with Doug Fabrizio, Ethnobotanist Gary Nabhan, 52 min., Feb. 21, 2008
17 Harvest songs, recorded by Laurie Monti in Egypt, Kazakstan, Tajikistan, 2007-2008
18 Harvest songs, 2, Egypt and Central Asia, [2007-2008?]
19 Heroes and Horses: Corridos from the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands, Smithsonian Folkways Recording, 71 min., 2002
20 A World of Possibilities, 55 min., 2008
21 American Roots, Shoots and Fruits, undated
22 Holy Days on the Planet of Vegetables, or Quinn the Eskimo Dreams his Way South to Mexico, a medley by Gary Nabhan, Tony Norris and other zopilites, 2003
23 Why Should We Care Where Our Food Comes From?, WFPL News, Louisville Public Media, Jan. 27, 2009


box item
15 24 Songs of Survival: the Seri Indians and sea turtle protection in the Sea of Cortes, 14 minutes, 2006
25 Ingredients, 5 minute trailer, May 2008
26 Reinventing the World: Food, Asterisk Productions, 52 min., undated
27 Return of the Navajo-Churro, 2008
28 Seri Sound Collages, English and Spanish, undated


box folder
16 1 From: Eco-log and photograph of Canyonlands, group of hikers, 1970
2 From: Efrain, the desert side-blotched lizard, undated
3 [Efrain, the desert side-blotched lizard], undated
4 From: Trek through the desert, Anne Raver, group photo, 2000
5 Photos of Nabhan, b“&”w, 1990 and undated


box item
17 1 Arizona Daily Sun, May 1, 2007
2 [Artwork, girl and shark,] from box 8, folder 46, undated
3 Coming Home to Eat, in Santa Fe New Mexican, Oct. 9, 2002
4 The Chronicle of Higher Education, Nov. 27, 2009
5 Crescent City Farmers Market, Report to the Community, from box 11, folder 44, 2002
6 Diablo Burger menu, undated
7 Farm Fresh Atlas, Wisconsin, 2 copies, 2003
8 Food Producers and their Place-based foods at Risk in the Gulf Coast, from box 10, folder 36, [2010?]
9 Gary Paul Nabhan, 2008 Lawrence Clark Powell Lecturer, poster, Dec. 9, 2008
10 Grassfed Gazette, Winter 2010
11 Grassfed Gazette, Spring 2010
12 Green Fire Times, from box 7, folder 43, March 2010
13 A guide to seafood of the Seri Indians, undated
14 Have you ever wondered where our food comes from? Brochure, Retracing Vavilov Tour, 2 copies, from box 20, folder 22, 2008
15 Home on the Range Not Suitable for Cattle? By Gary Nabhan, in High Country News, from box 6, folder 25, Mar. 26, 1976
16 Local Food Movement Timeline, [2009?]
17 Mountain Newsreal, newspaper, Dec. 4, 1975
18 Naming rights, from The Washington Post, May 21, 2003
19 A new look at the old ways, in Arizona Daily Star, March 26, 1980
20 [No title, Research material from Arizona Historical Society], p. 3-6, from, box 12, folder 21, undated
21 Northern Arizona University Applied Indigenous Studies, Spring 2004
22 Northern Lights, Fall 1990
23 Polinizadores Saludable Significan, brochure, 2003
24 Renewing America’s Food Traditions, poster, Sept. 14, 2009
25 Renewing the native food traditions of Bison Nation, 2006
26 The Seedhead News, Winter Solstice, 1987
27 The Seedhead News, Summer Solstice, 1985
28 La Settimana della biodiversita, brochure, May 20-23, 2010
29 Taste the freshness, Arizona Farmers’ Market, 2003
30 Where to Purchase Traditional Foods of the Indigenous Peoples of North America, from box 10, folder 24, undated


box item
18 1 Pew Fellows Program in Conservation and the Environment, Award, 1990
2 Medal in leather billfold, [Akademik Nivavilov?], 1887-1987, 1987
3 Medal in black case, John Burroughs Memorial Association, for Gathering the Desert, [1986]
4 Saveur, plaque honoring Coming Home to Eat, 2003