About us

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.

Cassava leaf ( Manihot esculenta  Crantz) | Lewis Daly / Guyana / 2012

Cassava leaf (Manihot esculenta Crantz) | Lewis Daly / Guyana / 2012