Ethnoecology and Biodiversity Team

    Adam Henne
     Adam Henne grew up in New Hampshire and earned his BA in psychology at Drew University in New Jersey.  He spent several years in New York City as a social worker and environmental educator.  Much of his work there focused on the urban environment and community gardens.  During his first year in UGA's Department of Ecological and Environmental Anthropology, Adam pursued research on gardens as a tool for conservation and resistance, both in Georgia and with indigenous communities in Ecuador.  Currently, he is preparing to study plant traditions and forestry issues in Chile.