Join Dr. Sunshine Brosi for a talk on Ethnobotany- a practice that is concerned with the economic vitality and environmental sustainability of our natural world.
Have you ever wondered where biology and culture meet? Ethnobotany is the study of how humans interact with the natural world in their daily lives. Join Dr. Sunshine Brosi to learn more about this field of study.
Sunshine Brosi, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Biology Department at Frostburg State University where she has worked since 2007. Sunshine coordinates the Wildlife and Fisheries, Interpretive Biology and Natural History, and the Ethnobotany Majors. She teaches forestry and botany courses and researches tree species at risk due to exotic pests and pathogens and conservation of non-timber forest products. Sunshine is from Berea, KY and has a BA in Environmental Studies from Warren Wilson College, a MS in Forestry from the University of KY, and a Ph.D. in Natural Resources from the University of TN. Sunshine lives in Garrett County with her husband and two children.