THE MORNING SHOW
Topics: Herbs, Tinctures and Fermented Foods
Arthur Haines is a plant biologist specializing in the
taxonomy and identification of New England tracheophytes. Through study ofliving populations, herbarium collections, and literature, Arthur aspires togain the regional knowledge possessed by biologists such as Harry Ahles, Bruce
Sorrie, and Edward Voss. In order to attain this goal, high emphasis is placedon study of all taxonomic groups, communication with botanical authorities, andcurrency of nomenclature. Arthur commits a significant portion of personal timeto the pursuit of newly described species and forms. The combination of theseattributes contributes greatly to landscape analyses, floristic inventories, andrare species surveys.
arthur haines, wild foods, oct. 07, 2010 hour one