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August 2022

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PHOTO BY JENNIFER NELSON health | philanthropy | family | pets Focus in every area of pharmaceutical research. And long before San Diego or Encinitas ever existed, the area was already home to e Kumeyaay people and centuries of local ethnobotanical knowledge. is is critical, as is the region's openness to alternative medical traditions, especially as they relate to quality of life. San Diego County is known to have the greatest biodiversity of any county in the lower 48 states, and within it, Encinitas has a long and storied history as a place where you can grow anything at all. Over the past 25 years, San Diego has become a major biotech hub, with resources ranging from UC San Diego and the Salk Institute to private companies Healthy by Nature GROUNDBREAKING TRADITIONAL MEDICINE RESEARCH LAUNCHES IN ENCINITAS San Diego Botanic Garden Director of Medicinal Plants Research Benjamin Naman, PhD, Curator of Collections Jeremy Bugarchich, and Medicinal Plant Technician Emma Suster >> ranchandcoast.com @ranchandcoast RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE AUGUST 2022 47

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