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Copyright © 1991 by David Arthur Cleveland and Daniela Soleri

Published by the
Center for People, Food and Environment (CPFE)
344 South Third Avenue
Tucson, Arizona 85701, USA

with support from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
New York, New York, USA

Printed in the United States of America

ISBN: 0-9627997-0-X

Portions of this book may be copied, reproduced, or adapted to meet local needs, only if the portions reproduced or adapted are provided free of charge or at cost. Please let CPFE know of any such use. Any copying, reproduction, adaptation, or translation done for commercial purposes, i.e. for profit, is not permitted without permission from the authors or CPFE.

To order additional copies contact CPFE. This book is sold at a lower price to those living in poor countries and communities than to those in rich countries and communities. Discounts are also available for large orders.

To keep costs low, and make this book available to as many people as possible, we are not using a commercial publisher. This means we need help with distribution. If you have ideas about how to get this book to those who could use it, especially those working in dryland communities, please let us know.

Cover design: Paul Mirocha.

Cover photographs: front, harvesting leaves for soup in Zorse, northeast Ghana (David A. Cleveland); back cover, center, preparing leaves and okra for drying in Zorse, northeast Ghana (David A. Cleveland); left, Hopi-Tewa Norman Honnie in his garden in Arizona, USA (Daniela Soleri); right, marketing squash vine tips in northern Pakistan (Daniela Soleri); front piece, dates from the garden and kishk (fermented, dried wheat balls) are offered in hospitality. Upper Egypt (Daniela Soleri)