Research notes

January and February 2021: The blossoming of Nature

The scientific name of each plant: (1) Lupinus pilosus L. (2) Anacamptis papilionacea (L.) (3) Red-Anemone coronaria L (4) Prunus dulcis (Mill.) D.A.Web (5) Ophrys omegaifera subsp. israelitica (6) Purple-Anemone coronaria L.

Reforestation of Mediterranean Areas with Quercus coccifera L.

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Fall 2020: Propagating local wild plants from Makaneyyat's seed collection.

Summer 2020: Digitization of Makaneyyat's Herbarium collection.

Spring 2020: As the plants are blooming, we are collecting seeds of wild food plants. Also identifying, cataloguing and collecting specimens.

February 2020: Journal article published by Makaneyyat researchers and colleagues from The Land Institute in the Journal of Arid Environments

Full article

January - February 2020: Makaneyyat team propagated seeds and transplanted seedlings from Makaneyyat's collection.

November - December 2019: The team collected diverse seeds from various wild tree populations in Palestine including;

Crataegus azarolus var. aronia L., Ceratonia siliqua L., Ziziphus jujuba Mill., Pistacia lentiscus L., Pistacia terebinthus L., Quercus coccifera L., Arbutus andrachne L., Quercus infectoria Oliv.

August 2019: Coauthored journal article introducing the work of Makaneyyat is submitted to refereed scientific journal in the U.S.

March-April 2019: The Makaneyyat team conducted fieldwork to identify, catalogue, collect specimens, and collects seeds of wild food plants.

November 2018: The team conducted plant survey in Ein Qiniya-Ramallah.

2018: Makaneyyat's first book was published under the name of "Palestinian Wild Food Plants".

Fall 2018: Video shots capturing the beauty of Palestine during our field work.