Connecting Plants and People: Ethnobotany Symposium
eth·no·bot·a·ny: the study of complex relationships between plants and people across space and time
The Garden is pleased to announce Connecting Plants and People: An Ethnobotanical Conversation, a two-day international symposium. The first day, hosted at International House, will feature prominent speakers from around the globe and the Bay Area. The second day will include hands-on workshops and tours of the UC Botanical Garden exploring culinary medicinal, dye, and many other uses of plants. We hope you’ll join us for this important conversation and celebration of plants in our daily lives.
Speakers: Alejandro de Avila · Tom Carlson · Christine Hastorf · Kent Lightfoot · Judith Larner Lowry · Gary Martin · Gary Nabhan · Elena Goded Rambaud · Miguel Cerezales Rotaeche · Peg Schafer · Jennifer Sowerwine · Yoshiko Wada
Friday Symposium at the International House: $175 / Member’s Price: $150
Two-day Symposium: $300 / Member’s Price: $275