ethnobotanical gardens

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    Meryll Mallari
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    Right now, I’m thinking of a new design approach or body of knowledge that would add up to my research. Do you have any suggestions or know any case studies/ existing projects with ethnobotanical gardens? I badly need it for my review of related lit and thesis paper. I would appreciate all your comments. thank you!

    #173201
    David Lorberbaum
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    Meryll,
    While I was in school I had a friend that worked at the Latin American ethnobotanical gardens. I hope this link helps.

    http://www.uga.edu/ethnobot/

    Hope this helps.

    – David

    #173200
    Rico Flor
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    Hi Meryll.

    Besides consulting the Botany Dept. of UPD, why not use the research excuse to visit the Botany Dept. of UPLB. Try contact Dr. Willie Gruezo or anyone from the Systematics group. Take a break in LB too, get to visit Prof. Susan Ong on the side. Whaddya tink?

    #173199
    Meryll Mallari
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    thank you so much!!! 🙂

    #173198
    Meryll Mallari
    Participant

    hehe. ok! i’ll try. thank you! 🙂

    #173197
    Megan Padilla
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    Get in touch with Gary Martin who lives in Marrakesh. He’s been doing really interesting ethnobotany work there for years.
    http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/Endangered_Lang_Conf/Martin.html

    I’m also thinking of the National Botanical Garden, Limahuli Garden and Preserve, located on Kauai. It is an ethnobotanic garden. The director is Kawika Winter. kwinter@ntbg.org.

    #173196
    Megan Padilla
    Participant

    Also, the Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanic Garden in Hawaii.

    http://www.bishopmuseum.org/exhibits/greenwell/about.html

    #173195
    Juanita Salisbury
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    Have you read “Tending the Wild” by M. Kat Anderson? Excellent book on how Native Americans lived in California for 10,000 years…also you may wish to read works by Alrie Middlebrook and Judith Larner Lowry.

    #173194
    Meryll Mallari
    Participant

    thank you so much! 🙂 this sites would definitely help me too in my research but im currently modifying my topic. 😀

    #173193
    Meryll Mallari
    Participant

    okay! ill take note of it too. thanks much!

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