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Collaborative Conservation In An Age Of Division
The U.S. — and Arizona, more specifically — has countless environmental challenges, including keeping our air and water clean, ensuring that we have enough water, loss of certain species and food scarcity.
But a number of people are teaming up for something known as collaborative conservation, and they’re coming together — often from very different backgrounds — to try to find common ground.
Gary Paul Nabhan is a University of Arizona professor and an active field ethnobotanist, and he joined The Show to talk about collaborate conservation and his new book, "Food from the Radical Center: Healing Our Land and Communities."