AERA looks at indigenous food as medicine<br>

The Arizona Ethnobotany Research Association (AERA) has been working with indigenous herbalists and healers in the documentation and preservation of traditional plant knowledge since 1983.

As the founding director of the AERA, Phyllis Hogan has facilitated the compilation of over 1,000 specimens in the organization’s herbarium.


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