Student & Post-doc Travel grants to Society for Economic Botany Meeting

Attention students and post-doctoral fellows in ethnobotany:

The Society for Economic Botany has travel grants available to attend the 2015 joint meeting of the Society for Economic Botany and Indigenous Plant Use Forum, to be held in Clanwilliam, South Africa, this summer! Applications are due March 1st. More information is available here:

Economic Botany Student Research Award

The Society for Economic Botany’s annual Richard Evan Schultes Research Award supports graduate student research with a $2500 award to defray the costs of fieldwork. The competition is limited to graduate students who are members of the Society, or members who have received their degree within a year. Deadline: March 15th, 2015. Full application info available here.