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Brien Adrien MEILLEUR

Consultant in ethnobiology, eco-anthropology, plant conservation, botanical gardens
48 passage Henri Murger

73000 Chambéry


Tél. 0954332580 mobile. 0781642748

15610 36th Ave NE

Lake Forest Park, WA 98155


Tel. 206 327-9706 cell 206 549-9862
Born: Seattle, WA USA

Citizenship: American

Military Service: U.S. Navy 1969-1972 (Honorable Discharge)

Marital status: married, two children

Languages: fluent English and French

Avocations: birding, tennis
1967 High School Diploma, Bellevue High School, Bellevue, WA 98004

1974 B.A., Socio-cultural anthropology, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

1978 M.A., “ “ “

1986 Ph.D., “ “ “
Professional (full-time) appointments*/temporary appointments or affiliations
1976-79 Teaching Asst., Dept. of Anth., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

1977-78 Research Asst., NSF Grant for Scientific Research, Principal Investigator Dr. Eugene Hunn: “Sahaptin Ethnobiology,” Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

1982-1988 Research Associate, URA 882 of CNRS, Ethnobiology and Biogeography Laboratory, Museum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris, FRANCE

1983-87 Associate member, Scientific Committee, the Vanoise National Park, Chambéry, FRANCE

1986-87 Research Associate, Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

1987-93* Manager, Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, Bishop Museum, Captain Cook, HI 96704 USA

1987-93 Member, Scientific Committee, Vanoise National Park, Chambéry, FRANCE

1988-93 Affiliate Graduate Faculty, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI

1988- Correspondant du Muséum, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, 57 rue Cuvier, 75231 Paris cedex, FRANCE

1993-2000* President and Executive Director, Center for Plant Conservation, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO

1995- Associate in Research, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI

2000-2001 Research Associate Professor, Departments of Biology and Anthropology (Honors College), University of Missouri at St. Louis, St. Louis, MO (course taught winter/spring semester: Anthropology/Honors 3291-Ethnobotany)

2002- Research Associate, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, MO

2002- Member, UMR 7206, CNRS. Eco-anthropologie et ethnobiologie. Département Hommes, Nature et Sociétés, Musée de l’Homme, 75005 Paris, FRANCE

2005-2013 Affiliate Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Awards, contracts, fellowships, grants (personal)*

[*Institutional grants, donations or in-kind gifts made during my two senior administrative appointments total over $4,000,000]
1978 Departmental travel award (to FRANCE), University of Washington, Seattle, WA


1979 Award for ethnobotanical research in France: Northwest Ornamental Horticultural Society, Seattle, WA ($1500)

1980 W.W. Stout Graduate Fellowship, Univ. of Washington Graduate School

---- Doctoral dissertation support stipend ($1000): Northwest Ornamental Horticultural Society

---- Research contract 15/80, Vanoise National Park, Chambéry, FRANCE. Funding: Vanoise Nat’l. Park (1500FF)

1981-82 Research contracts 1&15/81 and 1&18/82, Vanoise Nat’l. Pk. Funding: French Ministry of Culture (Mission du Patrimoine Ethnologique) (87000+FF)

1983-84 Research contract 16/83, Vanoise Nat’l. Pk. Funding: French Ministry of the Environment (40000FF)

1984 Consultant to l’Association Valdotaine des Archives Sonores, Aoste, ITALY

1986 Research contract, Vanoise Nat’l. Park: Creation of the Dept. of Savoie Conservatory Orchard, Chambéry, FRANCE. Funding: DATAR (10000FF)

1990 Research grant: The Hawaiian Cultivars Project-hala & wauke ($26475). Funding: Native Hawaiian Culture and Arts Program (U.S. Nat’l. Park Service)

---- Research grant: The Hawaiian Cultivars Project-Banana ($25000) Funding: The Hawai`i-Bishop Research Institute (Bishop Museum)

---- Research grant: The Anthropology of Breadfruit in Hawai`i ($20000). Funding: Kealakekua Ranch, Ltd.

---- Travel and salary stipend for research in the Society and Marquesas Islands ($4000). Funding: Hermès Small Grants Program for Collaborative Research in French Polynesia (Bishop Museum)

1993 Research grant: The Makaloa Weaving Restoration Project ($72942). Funding: Native Hawaiian Culture & Arts Program (U.S. Nat’l. Park Service)

1996 Consultant to the National Endowment for the Humanities Self-Study Symposium, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Clarement, CA USA (November 14-15)

2000 Consultant (Head of Mission): Critical evaluation of the European Commission funded (5.2 M Euros) program “Avenir des peuples des forêts tropicales” (Future of Tropical Rainforest Peoples), March 6 – May 7, Brussels, BELGIUM [with travel to program sites in Cameroon, Gabon, and Papua New Guinea]

2001 Consultant, International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI): Worldwide review and assessment of in situ (on-site) conservation of crop wild relatives, United Nations Development Program/Global Environmental Facility (UNDP/GEF) PDF-B project, March 31 – May 31, Rome, ITALY

---- Consultant, city of Albertville (FRANCE) and the autonomous region of Aoste (ITALY), “Lieux et découvertes des métiers autour du Mont-Blanc,” (continuing education program on traditional mountain professions, funded by the European Commission), June 11-13, Mont-Blanc (FRANCE and ITALY)

2003 Consultant, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations and the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI): Preparation of background paper “Challenges for in situ conservation of economically important wild plant species with special reference to the Mediterranean” for the International Technical Workshop on Design, Testing and Evaluation of Best Practices for in situ Conservation of Economically Important Wild Species, UNEP/GEF PDF-B project, (9 June – 3 July, 2003), Rome, ITALY and Izmir, TURKEY

2004-05 Consultant, International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI): Peer review and editorial duty for the IPGRI-produced book Challenges in Managing Forest Genetic Resources for Livelihoods: examples from Brazil and Argentina (August-December, 2004)

2011-12 Research grant, « L’Emploi de l’Eau en Pays de Vanoise », (30000 Euros/$42000+). Funding : Parc National de la Vanoise and Conseil Régional Rhônes-Alpes, (November 2011-November 2012) [included masters’ thesis research oversight for Julia Villette, Masters2 program (awarded with honors), Département Hommes, Nature, Sociétés, French National Museum of Natural History, Paris, FRANCE]

Other activities

1969-72 U.S. Navy: National Defense Service Medal; Republic of Vietnam Service Medal; Apollo XVI Recovery Force Presidential Unit Citation

1979- Attended 50+ local, regional, national or international professional conferences, seminars or workshops (two self-organized)

1979- Presented 40+ communications at regional, national or international conferences

1981- Invented and realized three museum exhibits

1988 Member, ethnobiologist, Bishop Museum Marquesas Expedition, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia

1988-93 Board of Directors (Vice-President/Facilities): Kona Historical Society, Kealakekua, HI

1988-97 M.A./Ph.D. graduate committees, Mr. Rajindra Puri, Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa (MA 1989, PhD 1997)

    1. Scientific coordinator, research expedition to the Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia. Team members: Bishop Museum, French National Museum of Natural History, National Museum of Natural History, National Tropical Botanical Garden, ORSTOM, Territory of French Polynesia

1993-96 Board of Trustees (Secretary/Treasurer): Society of Ethnobiology

1993-2000 Board of Trustees (President): Center for Plant Conservation.

1993 Proposal review panel member, International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups Program, National Institutes of Health, Chevy Chase, MD (13-16 April)

1993 Invited presenter, NSF-sponsored conference: Intellectual Property Rights and Indigenous Knowledge, Granlibakken-Lake Tahoe, CA (October 5-10)

1993-2000 Member, Plant Conservation Committee, Species Survival Commission (SSC), World Conservation Union (IUCN), Gland, SWITERLAND

1994 Member (biological diversity-higher plants), Expert Environmental Panel for "Agriculture, Trade, and the Environment," Office of Technology Assessment, Congress of the United States, Washington, D.C.

1994-2000 Member, Regional Advisory Council, New England Plant Conservation Program (NEPCoP), New England Wild Flower Society, Framingham, MA

1994- Honorary member, Garden Club of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

1995-2000 Member, National Plant Germplasm System Customer Focus Group, USDA/ARS National Seed Storage Laboratory, Fort Collins, CO

1996 Member, Science Advisory Team, The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Cincinnati, OH (January 29)

1996 Invited lecturer, Current perspectives in ex situ plant conservation, The State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Univ. of Georgia, Athens, GA (Feb. 26)

1996- Editorial Board, Journal of Ethnobiology

1996-2000 Member, Conservation Science Advisory Panel, Canadian Botanical Conservation Network, Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA

1996-1999 Chair, Plant Conservation Committee, American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta, Wayne, PA

1996 Invited speaker, Cryobiology and Conservation of Rare Biota, 33rd Annual Cryobiology Conference, Indianapolis, IN (August 19)

1997- Member-at-Large, The Garden Club of America, 598 Madison Ave., NY, NY

1997 Invited speaker, Botanic Gardens in Drylands conference, Sharjah, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (April 8-12)

1998 Invited keynote speaker, The St. Louis Conservation Forum, organized by the International Center for Tropical Ecology, Univ. of Missouri, St. Louis, MO

1999 Invitee, Species Survival Commission (IUCN) Strategic Planning Workshop, Djerba, TUNISIA (March 22-26)

1999- Honorary member, Ladue Garden Club, Ladue, MO

1999 Invitee, Species Survival Commission (IUCN) Strategic Planning Meeting, London, ENGLAND (May 17)

1999 Co-organizer, Conservation for 2000—Saving the Centers of Plant Diversity: the IUCN Species Survival Commission Plants Program, general symposium, XVI International Botanical Congress, August 5, 1999, St. Louis, MO

    1. Historic Preservation Commission, City of Webster Groves, MO

2005 Invited presenter, “Reproduire une plante, reproduire une société” workshop, May 30 – June 3, 2005, organized by the French Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD), Département Forêts, Montpellier, FRANCE

2008-10 Treasurer (and Board member), Washington Ornithological Society, Seattle, WA

2009 Invited commentator (as part of exhibit), Vanoise: miroirs du temps, museum exhibit, Musée Savoisien (Department of Savoie Ethnographic Museum), April 17-June 15, 2009, Chambéry, France (converted to travelling exhibit July 1, 2009).

2012-13 Multiple oral presentations (Parc National de la Vanoise, Académie de la Val d’Isère, Maison des Parcs-Chambéry, Société d’Histoire et d’Archéologie d’
Aime, Savoie, France); « L’emploi de l’eau en pays de Vanoise » (May-November)

2012 Master’s thesis supervisor, Julia Villette, Master 2 Spécialité--Environnement, Développement, Territoires, Sociétés : « De l’eau, des canaux et des hommes : l’irrigation en Haute Maurienne », CNRS/UMR 7206 Eco-anthropologie et Ethnobiologie, Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, 75005 Paris, France

2013 Oral communication (with Fabrice Mouthon, presenter, and Julia Villette) « Aménagements de la montagne et gestion de l’eau dans les hautes vallées savoyardes (XIIIe-XXe siècles) », Colloque pluridisciplinaire: Les Impacts Environnementaux et Sociaux de l’Aménagement Territorial : Perspectives Historiques, organized by RUCHE (Réseau Universitaire de Chercheurs en Histoire Environnementale), 5-6 septembre 2013, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 75006 Paris, France
Publications (*Refereed journal articles; first author in bold if other than B. Meilleur; does not

include non-scientific articles)
1979a* “Speculations on the diffusion of Nicotiana quadrivalvis Pursh to the Queen Charlotte Islands and adjacent Alaskan mainland,” Syesis 12:101-104.

1979b “Ornamental plant, medicinal plant or weed?,” Hort. Northwest 6(3&4):56-57.

1980 “L’ethnobotanique et le Cadastre Sarde,” in Le Cadastre Sarde de 1730 en Savoie, Musée Savoisien (ed.), Chambéry, FRANCE, pp. 177-180.

1982* “Du ramassage à la cueillette: l’exemple des Allues dans les Alpes du Nord,” Etudes Rurales 87-88:165-174.

1983a “La forêt dans l’économie traditionnelle montagnarde,” in La Forêt de Savoie, Association pour le développement de l’Université de Savoie (ed.), Montmélian, FRANCE, pp. 125-135.

1983b “Ethnoécologie intra-alpine: le rôle de l’homme dans les écosystèmes de montagne,” Terrain 1:41-42.

1983c (with Ph. Marchenay), “Anthropologie et biologie: le cas des cultivars traditionnels,” Nouvelles Brèves, special issue July-October, pp. 3-10.

1984* “Une recherche ethnoécologique en Vanoise,” Trav. Scientifiques du Parc National de la Vanoise 14:123-133.

1985a “Préface,” Les Remèdes Populaires en Dauphiné, by Mme. Rivière-Sestier, Presses Universitaires de Grenoble, Grenoble, FRANCE, pp. 9-11.

1985b* “Gens de montagne, plantes et saisons: Termignon en Vanoise,” Le Monde Alpin et Rhodanien 1:1-79.

1986 Alluetain Ethnoecology and Traditional Economy: The Procurement and Production of Plant Resources in the Northern French Alps, Ph.D. dissertation (Sociocultural Anthropology), Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA, 467 pp.

1987 “Des ethnosciences à l’ethnoécologie ou du rôle des représentations écologiques populaires dans des sociétés traditionnelles,” Ecologie Humaine 5(2):3-23.

1989 “Review: H. Rosenberg’s A Negotiated World,” American Anthropologist 91:808-809.

1990a* “Traditions de l’arboriculture fruitière en Savoie: pommiers, poiriers et noyers aux Allues,” Trav. Scientifiques du Parc National de la Vanoise 17:253-275.

1990b* (with E. Hunn and R. Cox), “Lomatium dissectum: multi-purpose plant of the Pacific Northwest,” Journ. of Ethnobiology 10(1):1-20.

1990c “Compte rendu : H. Rosenberg, A Negotiated World,” Le Monde Alpin et Rhodanien 1&2 (1990): 120-121.

1991a “Review: P. Viazzo’s Upland Communities,” Forest and Conservation History 35(2):94.

1991b “The ethnobotanical garden and tropical plant conservation,” in V. Heywood & P. Wyse Jackson (eds.), Tropical Botanic Gardens: Their Role in Conservation and Development, London and New York, Academic Press, pp.79-87.

1992 “Review: P. Taylor’s The Folk Biology of the Tobelo People,” American Anthropologist 94(2):491-92.

1993a* (with V. Lebot, M. Aradhya & R. Manshardt), “Genetic relationships among cultivated bananas and plantains from Asia and the Pacific,” Euphytica 67(3):163-175.

1993b* (with N. Etkin), “Polynesian ethnomedicine: past trends and future directions,” Journ. de la Société des Océanistes 96:19-27.

1993c* (with V. Lebot, M. Aradhya & R. Manshardt), “Isozymes and classification of Pacific bananas and plantains,” in J. Ganry (ed.), Breeding Banana and Plantain for Resistance to Diseases and Pests, Montpellier, FRANCE, CIRAD, pp. 43-53.

1994a* (with V. Lebot & R. Manshardt), “Genetic diversity in Eastern Polynesian Eumusa bananas,” Pacific Science 48(1):16-31.

1994b “In search of ‘keystone societies’,” in N. Etkin (ed.), Eating on the Wild Side: The Pharmacologic, Ecologic, and Social Implications of Using Noncultigens, Univ. of Arizona Press, pp. 259-279.

1995 (with O. Phillips), “Survey by CPC reveals ‘extraordinary’ contributions of wild plants to U.S. economy,” Diversity 11(3):10-11.

1996a “Selling Hawaiian crop cultivars,” in S. Brush & D. Stabinsky (eds.), Valuing Local Knowledge: Indigenous People and Intellectual Property Rights, Island Press, pp. 244-256.

1996b “Forests and Polynesian adaptations,” in L. Sponsel, T. Headland & R. Bailey (eds.), Tropical Deforestation: The Human Dimension, Columbia University Press, pp. 76-94.

1997a “Cooperation versus competition in plant conservation,” The Public Garden 12(2):11-13.

1997b* (with M. Maigret & R. Manshardt), Hala and Wauke in Hawai’i, Bishop Museum Bulletin in Anthropology 7, 55 pages.

1997c “Conservation collections versus collections with conservation values,” in D.H. Touchell & K. Dixon (eds.), Conservation into the 21st Century, Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Perth, AUSTRALIA, pp. 235-238.

1998a* (with O. Phillips), “Usefulness and economic potential of the rare plants of the United States: A statistical survey,” Economic Botany 52(1):57-67.

1998b* “Clones within clones: Cosmology and esthetics and Polynesian crop selection,” Anthropologica 40(1):71-82 [Special Issue: Ethnobiology].

1998c (with D. Given & W. Strahm) [co-editors], Where have all the flowers gone?: Disappearing plants and the global threat to biodiversity, World Conservation 29(2), special issue on plant conservation, IUCN, Gland, SWITZERLAND.

2000* (with A. Huang & A. Titchenal), “Nutrient composition of taro corms and breadfruit,” Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 13(5):859-864.

2002a “Review: V. Nazarea’s Ethnoecology: Situated Knowledge/Located Lives,” American Anthropologist 104(1):368-369.

2002b “Arroser la montagne. Un projet de recherche sur les systèmes d’irrigation

traditionnels en pays de Vanoise,” pp. 71-76 in Histoires d’Eau, Actes de la conférence annuelle sur l’activité scientifique du Centre d’Etudes Franco-provençales, Saint-Nicolas, Aoste, ITALY, 15-16 décembre 2001.

2002c “Review: E. Leadlay & J. Greene’s The Darwin Technical Manual for Botanic Gardens,” Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 131:76-77, IPGRI, Rome, ITALY.

2003 “Review: E. Friis-Hansen & B. Sthapit’s Participatory Approaches to the Conservation and Use of Plant Genetic Resources,” Journal of Ethnobiology 23 (1):157-159.

2004a* (with Toby Hodgkin), “In situ conservation of crop wild relatives: status and trends,” Biodiversity and Conservation (Kluwer Academic) 13(4): 663-684. [3rd most downloaded article, February-March 2004; distributed for discussion to the Policy Expert Listserv (10,000+ subscribers) by the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), February - May 2006]

2004b (with R. Jones, A. Titchenal & A. Huang), Hawaiian Breadfruit: Ethnobotany, Nutrition, and Human Ecology, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, 61 pages.

2004c (with B. Vinceti & W. Amaral) [co-editors], Challenges in Managing Forest Genetic Resources for Livelihoods: examples from Argentina and Brazil, International Plant Genetic Resources Institute, Rome, ITALY, 272 pages (published in English and in Spanish).

2008a Terres de Vanoise: agriculture en montagne savoyarde. Collection : Le Monde Alpin et Rhodanien, Musée Dauphinois, Grenoble, FRANCE, 154 pages. Reviewed in Journal of Ethnobiology 30(1): 2010.

2008b (with E. de Garine), “Les classifications biologiques populaires : peut-on

vivre avec les plantes sans savoir les classer?” pp. 353-371 (+ biblio) in F. Hallé & P. Lieutaghi (eds.), Aux Origines des Plantes, vol. 2, Des Plantes et des Hommes, Fayard, Paris, FRANCE, 675 pages.

2010a (with E. Hunn), “Towards a theory of landscape ethnoecological classification,” pp. 18-36 in L. Johnson and E. Hunn (eds.), Landscape Ethnoecology: Concepts of Biotic and Physical Space, Berghahn Books, Oxford and New York.

2010b “The structure and role of folk ecological knowledge in Les Allues (Savoie), France,” pp. 244-264 in L. Johnson and E. Hunn (eds.), Landscape Ethnoecology: Concepts of Biotic and Physical Space, Berghahn Books, Oxford and New York.

2010c (with E. Hunn), “Commentary on ‘Indigenous Ecological Knowledge as Situated Practices…’ by M. Lauer and Sh. Aswani, American Anthropologist 112(2):351.

2012 (with F. Mouthon, J. Villette & A.-M. Bimet), « Les Usages Traditionnels de l’Eau en Vanoise », final report for the Parc national de la Vanoise, Chambéry, France. 177 pages.

2014 « La santé (et le reste!) par les fleurs », l’Alpe 65:32-35.
Articles/books reviewed (for publication)
1987 Journal of Forest History (article)

Le Monde Alpin et Rhodanien (article)

1988 Allertonia (article)

Bishop Museum Press (2 books)

Pacific Science (2 articles)

University of Hawaii Press (book)

1990 Pacific Science (article)

Journal of Ethnobiology (article)

1991 Journal of Ethnobiology (article)

American Anthropologist (article)

1992 American Anthropologist (research report)

1995 Journal of Ethnobiology (2 articles)

University of Arizona Press (book)

1996 Chapman & Hall, Life Sciences (book)

Journal of Ethnobiology (article)

Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica (article)

1997 Journal of Ethnobiology (article)

1998 Journal of Ethnobiology (2 articles)

American Anthropologist (article)

Economic Botany (article)

Worldwatch Institute (review paper)

Environmental History (article)

2000 Journal of Ethnobiology (article)

2001 Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter/IPGRI (article)

2003 Journal of Ethnobiology (article)

2004 Journal of Ethnobiology (3 articles)

2005 Biodiversity and Conservation (article)

Journal of Ethnobiology (4 articles)

Traditional Tree Initiative-Pacific Islands (monograph)

2007 Biological Conservation (article)

2010 Journal of Ethnobiology (article)

2011 Current Anthropology (article)

Journal of Ethnobiology (2 articles)

2012 Journal of Ethnobiology (2 articles)

Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine (2 articles)

International Journal of Biodiversity (article)

Current Anthropology (article)

2013 Journal of Ethnobiology (1 article)

Berghahn Books (book for publication)

2015 Journal of Ethnobiology (1 article)
Grant proposals, University tenure, research programs reviewed
1989 National Geographic Society

1990 National Science Foundation

1991 Native Hawaiian Culture and Arts Program (National Park Service)

1993 Native Hawaiian Culture and Arts Program (National Park Service)

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

1994 National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

1996 National Geographic Society

1997 USDA Special Grants Program for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture (T-Star)

1997 Tenure review: Horticulture Department, Univ. of Georgia

1998 Tenure review: Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Michigan State Univ.

1999 National Science Foundation

2007 Economic and Social Research Council, UK (end-of-award report review)
Professional societies/associations
Member: The Society for Economic Botany

The Society of Ethnobiology
Media relations (interviews)
Newspaper/Magazine: April 1989, Ile de la Réunion, France

April 1993, La Dépêche, Papéété, Tahiti, France

August 1993, La Dépêche, Papéété, Tahiti, France

April-May, 1994, City Paper, Washington, D.C. (for article on Mark Plotkin)

June 2012, Le Dauphiné Libéré, Chambéry, France

June 2013, Terra Modana (N°130), Modane, France
Radio: April 1978, KRAB Radio, Seattle, WA USA

August 1978, France-Inter Radio, Lyon, FRANCE

June 1982, Radio Locale Chambéry, Chambéry, FRANCE

September 1988, KKON Radio, Kealakekua, HI USA

April 1989, Radio France Internationale and RFO-Réunion, Réunion, FRANCE

April 1993, Radio France Outre-Mer, Papéété, Tahiti, FRANCE

July 2008, KUOW Radio, Seattle WA, USA (Contacting the Uncontacted: Isolated Tribes in the Modern World)
Television: June 1990, KHON Television, Honolulu, HI USA

October 1990, Channel 6 Cable Television, Kealakekua, HI USA

January 1999, China Central Television, St. Louis, MO USA (June 1999)

September 18,23,29 2013 TV France 8-Mont Blanc, 2 appearances in “Memoire de fruits…fruits pour demain…un voyage pomologique sans frontiers”, a one hour video documentary on traditional fruit varieties in Europe, Olivier Pasquet videographer.


Dr. Stephen Brush, Professor, Dept. of Human and Community Development, Univ. of

California, Davis, CA 95616 USA ph. (530) 752-4368 email:

Mr. Michel Delmas, Directeur, Parc Naturel Régional de Massif des Bauges, Maison du parc,

73630 Le Châtelard, France tél: 0479548640 email:

Dr. Eugene Hunn, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Washington, Seattle,

WA 98195 USA ph. (707) 938-7276 email:

Dr. Richard Manshardt, Professor of Horticulture, Department of Tropical Plant and Soil

Sciences, Univ. of Hawaii at Manoa, 3190 Maile Way, Honolulu, HI 96822-2279 USA

ph. (808) 956-6063 email:

Dr. Philippe Marchenay, Co-directeur, CNRS-Ressources des terroirs-Cultures, usages,

sociétés, Rue Henri de Boissieu 01000 Bourg-en-Bresse, France tél : 04 74 45 52 07 ; email:

Mr. William Roberson IV, Program Officer, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 140 E. 62nd St.,

New York, NY 10021 USA ph. (212) 838-8400 email:


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