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Joseph Mays

Joseph Mays

Ethnobotanist, Biologist & Anthropologist; Project Manager of Chacruna's Indigenous Reciprocity Initiative

Indingeous Reciprocity Initiative Program Director
Chacruna

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Joseph Mays, MSc, received his Master’s in Ethnobotany from the University of Kent upon researching responses to globalization by indigenous Yanesha of central Peru. After graduating with biology and anthropology degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University, he conducted an ethnobotanical survey in the Ecuadorian cloud forest and published a medicinal plant guide for the Jama-Coaque Ecological Reserve. His conservation work emphasizes how cultural-conditioning influences approaches to biocultural sustainability. As Project Manager of Chacruna's Indigenous Reciprocity Initiative, Joseph conducts research and builds connections with small Indigenous communities throughout the Americas to support Chacruna's mission of increasing cultural reciprocity in the psychedelic space.

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