The Society for Ethnobotany

Fostering research and education on the past, present, and future uses of plants by people.

About Membership

Please direct all membership renewal inquiries to

Advantages of annual membership are:

* Online subscription to Economic Botany, the Society's quarterly journal.
* Eligibility to submit manuscripts to Economic Botany.
* Invitation and opportunity to present papers at the Annual Meeting and Symposium.
* Invitation to, and access to recordings of, members-only events.
* Eligibility for grants and awards in support of student research.
* Biannual Newsletter - Plants and People (online only).
* Affiliation with colleagues who share your interests.

Membership becomes effective as of January 1 of the year in which the application is received.

To begin receiving Membership Benefits:

Join, Renew or give a Gift Membership Online
Join, Renew or give a Gift Membership by Mail

Annual dues in ($USD):

Membership Category   Dues
Emeritus/Retired Membership   $35
3-Year Emertius/Retired Membership $95
Regular Membership   $65
3-Year Regular Membership $180
Student Membership   $30
3-Year Student Membership $80
Least Developed Country Regular Membership       $25
Least Developed Country Student Membership   $10
Family Membership (Emeritus, Regular & Student)   +$20
Sustaining Membership   $150*
Patron Membership   $250*
Benefactor Membership   $500*
Life Membership   $1000
Corporate Membership   $150
Associate Membership**   $10


You can purchase Student or Associate gift memberships for $10/membership. This is a great way to introduce students and developing nations' colleagues to the Society for the first time. You can also DONATE gift memberships! Donated gift memberships will be made available for those students or developing nations' colleagues who request financial assistance to start an SEB membership. If you are a student or are from a developing nation, and need access to financial aid to start an SEB membership, email Financial aid through donated gift memberships are first come, first serve, and are limited by the number available.

*Includes printed journal if requested.

**An Associate Membership is a gift membership given by SEB members to colleagues in developing nations.

All memberships include online access to Economic Botany (1947 - today), and all online ssues of the Society newsletter, Plants & People.
A current print subscription to Economic Botany is available upon request at $55. Make sure you check the "print subscription" box when renewing.

Economic Botany Bibliographic & Ordering Information
ISSN: 013-00001
Imprint: New York Botanical Garden Press
Printed By Springer Science+Business Media
Commenced publication 1947
Audience: Anthropologists, Ethnobotanists, Economic Botanists, Ethnobiologists, Ethnopharmacologists, Medicinal Chemists, Pharmacognosists, Pharmacologists
Subscriptions are for the current year