Giovanni Canora, co-founder of the Salerno UNESCO Chair, shall present an
interesting contribution on the Ethnobotanical Conservatory at the III International Workshop
Ethnobotanical Conservatory is a partner of Salerno UNESCO Chair and of the Network PAPRIKANET (Plant Active Products: Research, Innovation and Knowledge Advancement through an International NETwork) which aims to strengthen the international cooperation between ten Countries of EUSAIR Region (EU Adriatic Ionic Region) such as Croazia, Grecia e Slovenia. EUSAIR’S mission is connecting people and institutions to build a common understanding of cooperation for a harmonised, integrated and sustainable region.
The III International Workshop will host much research on EUSAIR to harness the strengths of the regional networks to confront the most pressing plant science-related issues and to explore future collaborations.
Ethnobotanical Conservatory, located in Castelluccio Superiore, is a research and documentation centre for the study of applied Botany and Ethnobotany which houses the herbarium of Lucanian and Mediterranean flora, xylotheque, fruit-seeds and gemmates, a thematic library and the Basilian Hortus as a garden of the Semplici and of Lucanian medicinal and alimurgical varieties.
On-line partecipation https://meet.google.com/dnh-cmuu-dmf