Special session for Applied (Non-Academic) Ethnobiology and Ethnobotany Scholars and Practitioners

submitted by Trish Flaster Tflkastersprint@earthlink.net

The first annual Networking Social for Applied (Non-Academic) Ethnobiology and Ethnobotany Scholars and Practitioners was held at the 2018 SEB-SoE joint meeting in Madison. The event was well-attended beyond the organizers expectations. Students and early, mid and late career professionals filled the room and spilled out the door.

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Congratulations Dr. Robbie Hart, Winner of a BioOne Ambassador Award!

Announcing Dr. Robbie Hart as a BioOne Ambassador Award Winner

Dr. Robbie Hart is a winner of the 2018 BioOne Ambassador Award! Dr. Hart is a member of the Society of Ethnobiology.  Congratulations on your excellent scholarship, Dr. Hart, as well as your work on medicinal plant conservation.  

Dr. Gail Wagner Receives the 2018 Distinguished Ethnobiologist Award

Dr. Gail Wagner

The Awards Committee is proud to present the 2018 Distinguished Ethnobiologist Award to Gail Wagner of the University of South Carolina. 

Undergraduate Ethnobiologist Award Winner for 2018

Chlöe Fackler  is the winner of the 2018 Undergraduate Ethnobiologist Award. Chlöe is an undergraduate student at McGill University, studying environmental biology, with a focus on botany and anthropology.

SoE Allies with the Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger

The Society of Ethnobiology is excited to join the Global Campaign for the Empowerment of Indigenous Women for Zero Hunger. We agree with the campaign's key messages.

Indigenous women are key allies in the fight against hunger and malnutrition. Recognizing and making visible their social and economic role is fundamental to achieve food security.

The Voices of Ethnobiology - The 2019 SoE Conference, Vancouver, BC

The Voices of Ethnobiology
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ISE Darrell Posey Fellowship

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Manuscript Submission Invitation for Special Section on Cannabis in JoE

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Save the Date!

Joint Conference of the Society of Ethnobiology
& Society for Economic Botany

FOOD SECURITY, SOVEREIGNTY, & TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE

JUNE 3–­7, 2018

Memorial Union on the UW-Madison campus
Madison, Wisconsin (USA)

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