Thursday, October 10th from 3:00 PM- 4:30 PM
Location: Upstairs Conference Room of the Udall Building, 725 Camino Lejo
Cost: $10 Member/$15 Not-yet-Member
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About the Speaker: Mollie Toll is trained in archaeology/ anthropology as well as plant ecology, and happily integrates the two fields. She spent decades as a museum analyst of plant artifacts for archaeologists, then a science coach for SFPS elementary schools. She is now a museum outreach educator, plugging human-plant interactions for kids to adult learners. Her favorite teaching assignment ever was four rounds of teaching a semester-long high school class in Ethnobotany in conjunction with ATC and IAIA. inferences. She has also explored the effect of Spanish colonial contact on the development of a regional cuisine in NM. Mollie earned Masters Degrees in both Archaeology and Plant Ecology, reflecting the balance and connection between these fields.