Holly Harris

Associate lecturer, PhD Researcher, School of Anthropology and Conservation

About Holly Harris

I work with people and wild plants, specialising in coastal and marine habitats. I have conducted field work on the indigenous knowledge and practices of medicinal plant use in Guyana and on wild edible plant foods in the UK and Europe. I am currently completing a PhD in Ethnobotany examining folk and commercial wild edible plant harvesting. I approach this from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Academic or Research Institute

Areas of expertise

Species Management Livelihood, Economic & Moral Incentive Legal & Policy Frameworks Research Education & training

Would you be willing to mentor others in your area(s) of expertise?

Yes

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Topics

Rooms participated in:

Women in Conservation Canterbury Network