Sat17Mar2018All Day EventPatagonia, Arizona
Thu05Apr2018Sat07Apr2018All Day EventRaleigh, NCShow details
Conference on Food and Middle East Diasporas
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
April 5-7, 2018
Gary Nabhan and the University of Arizona will cosponsor the meeting, and facilitate panels as well as present a reading.
Tue17Apr20182:00 pmWebinarShow details
Moderated by Jessica Eise, co-editor of How to Feed the World, this webinar describes methods of achieving global food security, and illustrates the connection between developing equal access to food and reducing waste and loss in our food systems. The webinar features contributors Dr. Ken Foster and Dr. Jerry Shively of Purdue University’s Department of Agricultural Economics, and will include an audience question and answer session.
Fri27Apr2018Sun06May20188:00 amTucson, AZ,Show details
Agave Heritage Festival is a city-wide, ten-day destination event that spotlights the sustainability of the southwest region through the lens of the agave plant. Agave Heritage Festival celebrates the unique importance of the agave plant and the borderlands culture with seminars, trade shows, and world-class culinary events.
If you want to remember how people had fun and interacted for the common good of their peoples & landscapes before some among us believed that walls and wars were the ticket, check out the extraordinary list of talent voluntarily collaborating in this year’s Tucson Agave Heritage Festival April 27-May 6.
Sun03Jun2018Thu07Jun2018All Day EventMadison, WIShow details
Combined meetings of the Societies for Ethnobiology and Economic Botany
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
June 3-7 2018
Gary Nabhan will receive lifetime achievement award from the Society for Economic Botany.