Tag: Ethnobiology

Plants that Keep the Bad Vibes Away

nckawa , May 5th, 2020


A special issue on “Phyto-Communicability” will be coming out in the journal Ethnos at the end of this year. I contributed a research article to the issue that…


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Night Soil and the Metabolic Rift

nckawa , July 19th, 2019


Our latest article is out, which examines the history and cross-cultural management of human waste (or “night soil”) as an agricultural resource. The paper grew out of a…


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Maya Milpa Workshop at OSU’s Waterman Farm

nckawa , May 18th, 2018


Last Friday and Saturday, we hosted a workshop that invited students, faculty, and staff from Ohio State (as well as new friends from Kenyon College) to learn about…


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In Search of the Toxic Berry Patch

colinhoag , December 12th, 2017


By Janelle Baker, McGill University § In Memory of the late “Cibomb” Clement Auger Cibomb. Photo by Janelle Baker. Rattling down a dusty oil field road in his little…


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