By: Gary Paul Nabhan
192 pages, Figs.
The author, an ethnobiologist and naturalist, gives an account of his journeys with contemporary Papago Indians through their homelands in the deserts of Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. He investigates the nutritive value of native plants, the adaptations of desert plants and animals, and the ecology of Indian agriculture and management of water.
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