Students of Ethnobotany: Round 2!

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Students of Ethnobotany has returned, with a fresh batch of writers to wax scientific and poetic about the curiosities of the ethnobotanical world. Once again, students from UBC’s BIOL 343 Plants and People course (taught by Dr. Michael Hawkes, and TA’d by myself), have written their own blog posts about ethnobotanically interesting plants. Some of them are even invasive! I will upload these over the next few weeks. Standard disclaimer: Opinions expressed belong to the student. I haven’t rigorously fact checked every detail in every post, so certainly, if you have new or better information on a topic, please share with us!

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