Gary Nabhan NPR'S Doyenne of Dirt, Ketzel Levine, talks with Arizona ecologist Gary Nabhan about his book, Coming Home to Eat. The book chronicles his year-long experiment with eating only produce and meat native to his Tucson home. (6:43) Check out the Web feature, Coming Home to Eat.
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NPR'S Doyenne of Dirt, Ketzel Levine, talks with Arizona ecologist Gary Nabhan about his book, Coming Home to Eat. The book chronicles his year-long experiment with eating only produce and meat native to his Tucson home. (6:43) Check out the Web feature, Coming Home to Eat.