The Society for Economic Botany (SEB) is about people exploring the uses of, and our relationship with plants, cultures and our environment—plants and humane affairs. You might well call our research and educational efforts, the science of survival. SEB's EconBotEd Digital Library (EconBotEdDL) provides peer reviewed resources for undergraduate ethnobiology education.
Major funding for EconBotEdDL comes from:
National Science Foundation - 2009-2012
Sunshine L. Brosi Frostburg State University EconBotEdDL Visual Resources Editor email@example.com
Gail Wagner University of South Carolina EconBotEdDL Classroom Activities Editor Gail.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Educational Committee consist of three members, the President to serve as Chairperson, and two others to be appointed by the Council to three-year terms. The Committee promotes educational programs involving plants and people. Members: Gail Wagner, Chair (2012-2013); Sunshine Brosi (2010-2013); Pat Harrison (2011-2014); and Mitch Hall (2012-2015)
Pat Harrison, PI (Botanical Research Institute of Texas) Will McClatchey, Co-PI (Botanical Research Institute of Texas) Keri Barfield, Project Manager (Botanical Research Institute of Texas) Sunshine Brosi, Co-PI (Frostburg State University) Kim Bridges (retired University of Hawai`i at Manoa) Karen Hall (Clemson University) Gail Wagner (University of South Carolina) Laura Sheils (University of Hawai`i at Hilo) Sonia Vougioukalou (Canterbury Christ Church University) Cassandra Quave (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences) Rainer Bussmann (William L. Brown Center, Missouri Botanical Garden) Karen Walker (William L. Brown Center, Missouri Botanical Garden) Ashley Morris (Middle Tennessee State University) Ryan Huish (Hollins University)