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CarsonCarson Sommerlatt

Ethnobotany Major (Class of 2011)

Interested in California Red Worms?
Now offering California Red Worms for 20$ a pound contact me via email at or send me a message

The following is a link to a blog following my garden.  Updates are frequent throughout spring, summer and fall.                    

Grave-yard garden   

Where is your hometown?
Cumberland Maryland

What are you expecting to get out of your time at Frostburg?
Key knowledge of science/scientific studies as well as regional flora/fauna related information

What are career/academic goals?
To becomes a teacher

What got you interested in Ethnobotany?

What cultures are you interested in studying and learning about? Have you learned about these cultures yet?
Appalachia, particualy the farming community

Was Ethnobotany your first choice for a major?
Not off hand but eventually we decided Ethnobotany catered to our interest

Are you minoring in any other subject?

Do you have any interest outside of Ethnobotany?

What is the most valuable thing you have learned in college?

Do you consider yourself any of the following: redneck, hillbilly, hippy, city folk, suburb oriented or other.
A bit of a redneck

On a scale of one to ten, how do you relate to other students?

What kind of activities relate  to both your casual life and school?

Where do you eat and buy groceries?  What are your dietary preferences?
Vegetarian. I shop at Martins or local places

Do you work on-campus or off-campus?  What is your job?
I work on campus through the Ethnobotany department 

In the summer have you done any internship? Where?
Currently, no

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