Program Photos/Videos

2014 Highlights

Summer 2014 Introduction to Ethnobotany Courses

Two offerings in 2014:

1) EBOT 100 Sitka class is full, but you can still enroll in the July class - see below.

If you live in/near Sitka AK, the EBOT All Hands Gathering invites the community to the following 3 public events. See the EBOT public flyer below for more details.

Summer 2014 EBOT flyer

2) Kotzebue AK, 14-25 July - run by Chukchi Campus, contact Martha Lee (mlee20@alaska.edu) --> check http://www.uaf.edu/chukchi/chukchi-programsprojects/ for the course application.

2014 program flyer

 

2013 Highlights

Congratulations to the first Ethnobotany Program graduates (2013), Darla Brown and Lexi Bystedt!

eating with the graduates graduation meal
Ethnobotany Professor, Kevin Jernigan, prepared a delicious celebratory meal for the 2013 graduates.

Birch tree tapping workshop

A workshop on how to tap birch trees, held 20 April 2013 on the UAF campus

http://snras.blogspot.com/2013/04/spring-means-sap-will-floweventually.html

Talk of Alaska Radio Interview

Check out this recent radio interview on Talk of Alaska where Kuskokwim Campus Ethnobotany Program Coordinator, Rose Meier, joins Alaska Botanical Garden Director, Julianne McGuinness, and ethnobotanist/author, Gary Paul Nabhan, to discuss the role of ethnobotany in addressing Alaska's food security situation.

March, 2013, Talk of Alaska Radio Interview on Ethnobotany

Ethnobotany survey

Hillary Prescan, iPad winner

Thanks to all who participated in the Ethnobotany (EBOT) survey for Kuskokwim Campus. The winner of the iPad mini is Hillary Prescan. Congratulations, Hillary!

Introduction to Ethnobotany Summer Field Course

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Annie Cleveland

Cecelia Andrews and Amy Breen

Gloria Simeon, Oscar Perry and Pauline Mathew are studying hard Gloria Simeon Ikaika Dilliner
Pauline Matthew and Amy Breen Quinhagak habitat Field group Group on the peak Mixed berries
Native food plate Salmonberries Salmonberry plants    

Hawaii Student Exchange Photos

Videos

Ethnobotany Program Video

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