On November 13, 2021, inauguration of the Conservatory of Ethnobotany, located in Castelluccio Superiore (Potenza, Italy). This research and documentation center for the study of applied botany and ethnobotany houses the herbarium of the Lucanian and Mediterranean flora, a xylotheque, fruit-seeds and a “gemmoteca” (to preserve buds). A thematic library completes the botanical collection and the Basilian Hortus as a herb garden, including Lucanian medicinal and edible plants, growing in the wild. Promoter and education coordinator, Giovanni Canora co-founder of the UNESCO Chair Salerno.
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