Kathleen L. Harrison, MA

Ethnobotany at Large: Fieldwork Stories and Slides (2-Tape Session)


Breitenbush Hot Springs 1999 Herbal Conference

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(Class for All Levels) Ethnobotany is the study of the many ways that plants and people relate to each other: food, medicine, textiles, shelter, tools, art, magic and vision-seeking are among them. With slides, stories, and show-and-tell, we'll take a global look at ways that the botanical world sustains and enhances human life.