The Ethnobotanical Assembly (TEA) is a quarterly online magazine for research, writing, and thinking about people-plant relationships. TEA aims to bring together the growing community of people thinking and working at the interface of people and plants.

By providing a virtual space to share and explore diverse approaches to and developments in plant-thinking, TEA seeks to stimulate the creative, collaborative, and transdisciplinary discussions needed to nurture culturally and biologically diverse futures.

TEA is an open community of thought. We invite your contribution.

A Makushi gardener harvesting pigeon peas (Cajanus cajan), North Rupununi, Guyana | Lewis Daly, 2013

A Makushi gardener harvesting pigeon peas (Cajanus cajan), North Rupununi, Guyana | Lewis Daly, 2013