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FAIR 330E - Ethnobotany


Study of how people use plants–as food, medicine, material goods, and symbolic and ceremonial elements of human culture. Includes a focus on plant identification, historical exploration of plant uses, and hands-on learning about wild edibles, plant domestication, herbal medicines, fibers and more. S/U grading.

Prerequisites & Notes: FAIR 206A or equivalent.
Credits: 5
Grade Mode: S/U



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