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The Bachelors of Science in Ethnobotany at Frostburg State University is one of only two programs in the US. Students can major or minor in the cultural uses of plants.
The interdisciplinary major allows students to integrate science and culture as a way of understanding human reliance on plants and the environment.
The Master of Science in Applied Ecology & Conservation Biology program within the Biology Department is a graduate program for students interested in conservation of ethnobotanically significant plants. Graduate Assistantships available Spring 2011
Ethnobotany Program Information:
Dr. Sunshine L. Brosi firstname.lastname@example.org.
301-687-4213, 101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD, USA 21532