ECfES

501(c)3 non-profit public benefit corporation & community trust. Plant science + health, policy, & human rights. Conservation. Education, Liberation.

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Affiliations Rick Doblin, PhD at MAPS
Member of Global Psychedelic Network
Facebook ECfEStudies
Twitter @EC4ES
Website http://www.ecfes.org

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ECfES's story

As 2018 begins, ECfES.org remains committed to our three principals. Conservation, Education & Liberation. This page is an offering to those new to our website. ECfES reached out to the United Nations in 2016. We have been tirelessly at work ever since.

“I hope it [the Eugene Center for Ethnobotanical Studies] becomes a nationally known center soon.”
-Jim Fadiman, PhD (author of The Psychedelic Explorer's Guide: Safe, Therapeutic, and Sacred Journeys)

"Congratulations on the establishment of the ECfES, which is a much needed organization providing people with information about risks and benefits of ethnobotanicals for a wide range of purposes".
-Rick Doblin, PhD (Founder and Executive Director of the Multi-disciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies)

Say YES!, and visit us @ www.ecfes.org/yes.html to learn more!


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