Alexis Marie Adams
Alexis M. Adams is a writer with an interest in the culture and history of the food of the eastern Mediterranean and the intersections between food and the environment and communities. Her work has been published by The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, The Art of Eating, AFAR, Modern Farmer, Oxford University Press and many others. She lives with her family in Montana and, at times, in southern Greece. You can learn more about her work at alexismadams.com.

‘Restoration economy’ strives to protect pollinators, create jobs

Gary Nabhan and I are bumping along in a rental car down a two-track dirt road that follows the edge of Sonoita Creek’s floodplain, some 29 kilometers north of the Arizona–Mexico border. Nabhan—an ethnobiologist, conservation biologist and agroecologist at the University of Arizona and author of more than 30 books on food, farming and nature—tells… » Read More

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