Environmental StudiesENVS138 Field Ethnobotany

Lectures, laboratory, and fieldwork examine field botany from a human ecology perspective. Students have the opportunity to learn the skills of field botany and plant identification through the study of plants that are of major significance for human cultures. The emphasis of field skills is on applications to sustainable management of natural resources.

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ENVS 130A and ENVS 130L, or by permission of instructor. Concurrent enrollment in ENVS 138L required.

Credits

5