The People and plants handbook is a source of information on applying ethnobotany to conservation and community development. It is designed for people who work in the field, including park managers, foresters, students, researchers, cultural promoters, and members of non-governmental, governmental and indigenous organizations.
Topic: natural resources,resource management,conservation,community involvement,community development
Series: People and plants handbook no. issue 6
Publisher: UNESCO/WWF/Kew, Paris
Publication Year: 2001