Welcome to the Ethnobiology Society
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Mission
: Our group is dedicated to exploring the relationship between humans and the biological world around us.

About


The Ethnobiology Society was founded in 1999 and is an annual Registered Independent Organization at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. Our group is dedicated to exploring the relationship between humans and the biological world around us.

Past Funding ($44,169 as of Spring 2017)

Year
Semester
Amount
Event
Island
Donor
2017 Spring
$1000
Xplore Molokai 2017 - Kalaupapa Molokai ASUH
2016 Spring
$1715
Xplore Molokai 2016 - Kalaupapa Molokai SAPFB
2016 Fall
$150
Local reception (food) O`ahu SAPFB
2016 Fall
$4140
Distinguished Speakers - Thaman`s O`ahu SAPFB
2015 Spring
$2115
Distinguished Speaker:
Dr. Nancy J. Turner
O`ahu SAPFB
2015 Spring
$500
Local reception (food) O`ahu SAPFB
2015 Spring
$600
Amy Greenwell Service Learning Big Island ASUH
2015 Spring
$1320
Xplore Molokai 2015 - Kalaupapa Molokai SAPFB
2015 Fall   Kaho`olawe Huaka'i (KIRC) Kaho`olawe EBS funded
2014 Spring   Kaho`olawe Huaka'i (PKO) Kaho`olawe EBS funded
2014 Summer
$10,000
Ethnobiology Field School - Tonga `Eua UROP
2014 Spring
$1375
Amy Greenwell Service Learning Big Island SAPFB
2014 Spring
$1188
Distinguished Speaker:
Rusty Russell
O`ahu SAPFB
2014 Fall
$1100
EBS Leadership retreat at Camp Mokule‘ia O`ahu ASUH
2014 Fall
$410
Women in Ethnobotany - Napua Barrows Maui SAPFB?
2014 Spring
$2195
Xplore Molokai 2014 - Kalaupapa Molokai SAPFB?
2013 Spring
$3872
Haleakala Xplorers Expedition Maui SAPFB
2013 Summer
$1000
Sea to Summitt - Mauna Loa Xplorers Big Island SAFC
2013 Fall
$2045
Distinguished Speaker:
Maria Fadiman
O`ahu SAPFB
2013 Fall
$500
Makahiki Imu Mixer O`ahu ASUH
2008 Fall
$285
Kahuna Talk Story O`ahu SAPFB
2008 Spring
$145
Inerdisciplinary Lunch (pizza) O`ahu SAPFB
2008 Spring
$319
Living Organic Hawaii Gardens (food) O`ahu SAPFB
2007 Fall
$2545
Amy Greenwell Service Learning Big Island SAPFB
2007 Spring
$3150
Kaho`olawe Service Learning (KIRC) Kaho`olawe SAPFB
2006 Fall
$2500
Maui Service Learning Maui SAPFB
 
$44,169
 





University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, 3190 Maile Way, Rm 101,
Honolulu, HI 96822, ethnobio@hawaii.edu

The Ethnobiology Society is a Registered Independent Organization at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
and
 a non-profit registered in the state of Hawai`i.

With generous funding provided by

the English Department, Botany Dept., East-West Center, and the Center for Pacific Island Studies

Last Updated: March 7, 2017