Deborah Small's Ethnobotany Blog
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Deborah I am researching woolly blue curls for Mike WIlkens ethnobotany class at CSUSM this semester. I would like to use a photo on your blog of Teodora Cuero harvesting them (I think it was in the LA Times) for the Website on Native plans that we are compiling. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
Fantastic website. Great photos and content. I’ll subscribe and visit more often.
Hello Deborah, I just gave a presentation on California Native Plants in the Garden for the Anstine-Audubon Nature PReserve. One of the students is an M.D. with an interest in homeopathy as well as native plants – so I gave her and the other students your blog site address.
You may be hearing from them!
Hi Susan, That’s great. Thanks for letting me know. Best, Deborah
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Hi Deborah It is Lance McCormick. I am not sure how else to contact you but we need to talk. The school is saying I have an incomplete grade for the independent study for 1 unit that you signed off on. I emailed you at you csusm email address with my contact info. Thank you.
Deborah, You’ll be happy to know that last night for supper, Lili and I had Chuletas de Puerco con purslane y ajo. Lili was pulling “weeds” from our yard, and then we ate them! Now that the monsoons are here, we have tons of amaranth coming up, so soon we’ll be eating those greens as well. If people knew how delicious the “weeds” in their yards really are, the weed killer companies would be out of business overnight!!
Paul and Lili
I am a consultant with the International Trade Centre, and am currently working on a market report on Peruvian and South American botanicals for the North American Market. I came across your information on chia and wanted to know if you would grant me permission to use your photo of chia in my market report? I will of course site your website as the source if it is OK with you.
Very best regards,
Consultant to the International Trade Centre/UN for Conservation and the Environment.
P.s. The photo to which I am referring is found here:
Thank you, just lovely ; )
I love your Chia photos and would love to give you some press. Did you take it, or one of the students? Would you be interested in getting it published?
I am writing from Conscious Dancer Magazine. We publish a small magazine in California and we’d love to consider this one image for an article in our summer issue:
This is the one I like: https://deborahsmall.wordpress.com/2008/07/23/gathering-thistle-chia/
We’re a mom and pop start-up on a shoestring budget, but we always give a photo credit.. Plus our art director is a pro and the presentation is always tops! And hey, getting published is fun!
You can peek at our recent issues here:
We’re fast approaching our deadline for photo submissions, so I hope to hear from you soon! Please send the high resolution image!
Conscious Dancer Magazine
howdy deborah, found your blog searching for desemboque & the seri indians. have a question for you. i was viewing the youtube of gathering chia. there is a fellow fanning the chia plants to get the seed in a bucket. he has a really unique sombrero on his head. it is a straw hat with indian basket designs. could you lead me to where one can find those to purchase? thx, tom taylor
Thank you. I appreciate your comment.
Very beautiful blog! I’m as currently doing one about ethnobothany, medicinal plants in Philippines, but my picture are not so nice ! If ever one day you pass near I would be glad to publish your picture 🙂
I forgot to gives you my blog adress : http://herbalric.i.ph
Have a nice day
i really enjoyed reading through your blog. thanks for keeping me well away from the work i was needing to do tonight! but really, wonderful work! thank you.
What a beautiful blog–I’d like to stay connected to this site/these people and plants.
Thank you very much. I agree, the plants are beautiful, and the work people do with them incredibly compelling. Deborah
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