The participants will have the chance to study circa 40 artifacts and natural products that are typical of Portuguese Ethnobotanical Heritage (including Madeira and Azores islands). They will have the opportunity to understand which natural resources are behind the artifacts as well data related with the history, traditions and uses of these objects.
Some of the objects can be seen at www.museubotanico.com
Luis Mendonça de Carvalho, Botanical Museum, Polytechnic Institute of Beja, Portugal
- Format: One session 1 ½ hour
- Limit: 25 people
- Room: auditorium Dionisio Gonçalves
- Schedule: 17:00-18:30