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From left: Eat Mesquite and More Cookbook; milling resources; harvesting resources; demos and learning resources and opportunities

READING RESOURCES

 I’itoi’s Garden

At the Desert’s Green Edge

The Desert Smells Like Rain, Gathering the Desert, Mesquite: An Arboreal Love Affair, etc (Nabhan)

A Natural History of the Sonoran Desert

Reading the Desert: Literature and Drylands

Climate Change in the Sonoran Desert

A Traditional Saguaro Harvest at Saguaro National Park

Agave Power: Revolutionizing Agroforestry

How to Be an Ally to Indigenous People

When the Rains Come, Sonoran Desert Summer, Sonoran Desert Spring (Alcock)

Food Plants of the Sonoran Desert (Hodgson)

PRESS, VIDEOS, STORIES

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CONSERVATION, PRESERVATION, EDUCATION

Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection

Borderlands Restoration Network

Arizona Native Plant Society

Desert Botanical Gardens

Sonoran Institute

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

CEDO

EXPERIENCES

Meet & Eat Self-Guided Experiences: Mesquite/Prickly Pear/Barrel Cactus/Agave

Note: this page is still under construction, we appreciate your patience as we continue to add resources


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