Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country

Ethnobotany in the Texas Hill Country Becoming Bioregional: for Herbalists, Forgagers and Permaculturists with  Sonoran herbalist & forager, John Slattery There is a current movement to learn more about our local plants, wherever we may live. The use of wild plants for food, medicine, and a great variety of utilitarian applications (known as ethnobotany) is [...]

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Introduction to Botany for the Herbalist

Introduction to Botany for the Herbalist: During this 3-week online course (2 recorded and downloadable classes per week) you will learn structure and function of plants especially as it relates to the herbalist. ·  Taxonomy ·  Identification (to include dichotomous keying) ·  Life stages, flowers and reproduction ·  Ecotypes and distribution ·  Practical, working botanical [...]

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Introduction to Botany for the Herbalist

Introduction to Botany for the Herbalist: During this 3-week online course (2 recorded and downloadable classes per week) you will learn structure and function of plants especially as it relates to the herbalist. ·  Taxonomy ·  Identification (to include dichotomous keying) ·  Life stages, flowers and reproduction ·  Ecotypes and distribution ·  Practical, working botanical [...]