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Medicinal Plant Working Group Announcements and Discussion via E-mail
MPWG has an automated e-mail list that serves to promote native medicinal plant discussion. You must be subscribed to the list in order to "post," or send a message out to all the subscribers. Anyone is allowed to subscribe to the group. If you know of someone else who would be interested, feel free to tell them about the list. There is also a main list for general Plant Conservation Alliance announcements and discussions (click here for more information) and lists for the Alien Plant Working Group (click here for more information) and the Restoration Working Group (click here for more information).
The Medicinal Plant Working Group (MPWG) list is open to any individual with an interest in the sustainable use and conservation of medicinal plants - especially for plant species native to North America. Our membership is drawn from throughout the United States (from Washington State to Washington, D.C.) and abroad (Canada, India, New Zealand and the Philippines, to name a few). Contributors come from a variety of backgrounds (e.g. practitioners, foresters, journalists) and institutions (universities, industry, government, botanic gardens, et al.). The strength of our list is its ability to provide our diverse membership with a forum for information sharing and spontaneous discussion.
How to subscribe to the list:
You will then receive an e-mail that you will need to reply to in order to confirm your subscription. After you confirm your subscription, another e-mail will be sent with instructions on how to use the list.
Compose the title and body of your message like usual and send it to email@example.com (the list address). The message will be redistributed to all subscribers as a bcc (blind carbon copy). Please remember to limit the subject matter of your post to things that pertain to native medicinal plants and their conservation.How to unsubscribe from the list:
Send an e-mail from the address that you originally used to subscribe to the list to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information in the body of the message (not the subject):
How to view the list archives:
If you have questions about the automated list, e-mail the list manager at email@example.com.
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Last Updated: 15-Dec-2008