[ethnobiology-clubs] Re: Fwd: Ethnobiology Clubs Mailing List

  • From: Laura W <herbalmagik@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ethnobiology-clubs@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2009 15:19:49 -1000

Mahalo Nat!

On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Nat Bletter<nbletter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've set up the Ethnobiology Clubs Mailing List on freelists (same org as
> the SEB students one), and subscribed everyone in the previous mailings plus
> some other requests. This list is to figure out how to integrate regional
> ethnobiology clubs around the world into a cohesive unit, sharing
> activities, ideas, and perhaps converging for some meetings or retreats here
> and there.
> Amy Keller of the NY group has posted info on just such an event:
>    Perhaps you've noticed that the Ethnobiology Club took a hiatus for the
> spring semester after co-sponsored guest speaker, Dr. Michael Coe, last fall
> at the Graduate Center. However, we have been saving our funds for a huge
> event this September.
>    Please save the date for a Skill Share Weekend at Lacawac Sanctuary in
> the Poconos. We have a space reserved there for September 25-28, with
> accompanying meeting space for a few hours Saturday the 26th and Sunday the
> 27th.
>    Ideas for skills to share include, beer/wine making, crafts, food recipes
> or preserving, local ethnobotany/edible and/or medicinal plants, research
> presentations, botanical and fungal identification, or any field/laboratory
> skills you think people could benefit from. Skills or presentations could be
> from any subject or interest, and EVERYONE is welcome, whether you've
> attended Ethnobiology Club events before or not. Also, attending for only
> one night is perfectly acceptable as many of us have busy schedules.
>     We will be sending out an official call for presentors later this
> summer, but please contact me anytime with ideas or questions. Have a great
> summer.
> There's info below on how to post to the list, have people subscribe (they
> can do that themselves), and remove yourself from the list. Enjoy!
> Take care,
> Nat
> ________________________________
> Nat Bletter
> UH Manoa/NYBG/CUNY Plant Sciences
> http://sciweb.nybg.org/science2/Profile_45.asp
> 212-677-0222 cell
> nbletter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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