"The 2012 Pre-Congress workshop was my first opportunity to meet other emerging ethnobotanists, as I've been working alone as a freelance researcher for many years. I found it inspirational, supportive, stimulating and thoroughly enjoyable. It made me certain that I wanted to do a Masters, and it also placed me on an imaginary 'spectrum' of ethnobotanical research: more holistic than fragmentary. Immediately after the Congress, I made a successful application for a place on the MSc in Holistic Science at the wonderful Schumacher College in the UK, where I am now studying.”
Looking forward to Bhutan!
Best wishes,Evelyn Roe"