Botanical Liaisons has collaborating relationships on most continents. These collaborations include ethnobotanical research which assists traditional people in finding alternative streams of income or economic botany projects that clarify plant origin, identification for botanical reference materials and sustainable agricultural projects. All areas of research involve maintaining ecological, economical, and cultural diversity through sustainable programs.
Collaborations between Botanical Liaisons, traditional people or organizations are a result of many discussions between parties to confirm that adequate benefits are realized. Benefits come in the form of payments, royalties, and sometimes gifts. The form of reciprocity is determined by the collaborating parties. All agreements abide by the Convention on Biological Diversity and country policies.
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