* We were invited by the online scholarly journal's editor to submit some articles about our research on integrating botany, geology, and the visual perception of plants to the HUMAN FLOWER PROJECT for peer review.
Later we were made HFP Field Correspondents.
* This was a major international web site for plant scholars, earth scientists, and social scientists devoted to exploring the connections between plants and people across the academic disciplines--both pure and applied sciences.
*The site was administered by a Ph.D. sociologist, literary specialist, and veteran journalist. The high traffic web site averaged 20,000 hits per day and served over 100 nations globally.
* Its archives were extensive, its design, images, and editing were second to none. There were over 1,000 plant articles available online at this site!
+ Our first HFP article, ON SEEING FLOWERS: ARE YOU MISSING ANYTHING? may be read and viewed via the URL below.It was web-published on January 10, 2006.
+ We published 35 articles in this journal.
In July, 2010, we also became the North American guest writers for Eco Walk the Talk, Asia's Global Green Community. We have seven articles published on this website.
Our Web/Miscellaneous tab lists all Eco Walk the Talk and Human Flower Project articles.