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Ethnobotany

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View Resource Asia-Pacific Digital Library

Based at the Kapi'olani Community College, the Asia-Pacific Digital Library (APDL) brings together six great collections that explore a variety of topics, including the ethnobotany of the first Polynesian settlers, the weather patterns in Hawaii, and the stories of the Hawaiian born Nisei. The ethnobotany collection is an arresting exploration of how early Hawaiians used fibers, foodstuffs, and...

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http://apdl.kcc.hawaii.edu/
View Resource Botanical Dimensions

Ethnobotany is the study of how people and cultures interact with plants and the natural environment. This website by Botanical Dimensions, a leading non-profit in the field, provides an overview of ethnobotany, its tools, knowledge, and context. After perusing the Homepage, readers will want to turn to the Ethnobotany section for a helpful explication of the discipline. Next, click the Projects...

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http://botanicaldimensions.org/