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Current Issue: 2023 Volume 43, Number 2
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2023 Volume #43(2)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Ethnobiotica: Ethnobiology's Unfinished Conversations
Strengthening Relationships to Traditional Foodways: Adapting Food Practices Through Camas Cultivation Experiments on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation
Much More Than Firewood: Woody Plants in Household Well-Being Among Rural Communities in Argentina
Weed-fed Pigs: Food Sovereignty in the Blind Spot
The Sound of Silence: An Immersive Approach to Spearfishermen's Ecological Knowledge Along the Dakar Coastline
Timothée Brochier and Nicolas Puig
Local Ecological Knowledge and Use of the Pacific Seahorse (Hippocampus ingens) by Residents of the State of Sinaloa, Mexico
Jesus Alejandro Najera-Medellin, Miroslava Quiñónez-Martínez, Nemer E. Narchi, Dídac Santos-Fita, and Jesús Manuel Díaz-Gaxiola
Diet During the Late Initial Period (1100–800 BC) in the Chavín Heartland: New Data from Canchas Uckro (North-Central Peru)
Jason Nesbitt, Sadie L. Weber, Eden Washburn, Bebel Ibarra Asencios, Anne R. Titelbaum, Andrew Schroll, and
Traditional Knowledge on the use of Turtles in a Protected Area of the Amazon in Maranhão (Brazil): A Conservation Proposal
Almerinda M. Medeiros, Lorena S. R. de Araújo, Samuel L. Mesquita, Natália R. C. Aragão, Carlos A. L. Rodrigues, Elba P. Chaves, Raimunda N. F. Carvalho-Neta, and Alana L. de Sousa
Patagonian Ethnopedology and Its Role in Food Security: A Case Study of Rural Communities in Arid Environments of Argentina
D. Morales, S. Molares, and A. Ladio