Eric Burkhart

Program Director, Appalachian Botany and Ethnobotany, Shaver's Creek Environmental Center

Eric Burkhart

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Phenology Panax Quinquefolius Case Studies Leaves Regulatory Approach Shrub Panax Stakeholder Profitability Shrubs Cites Citizen Convention On International Trade In Endangered Species Citizen Scientists Stakeholders Industry North America Flora Forest Plants Program Programme Product Overstory Price Growing Season

Most Recent Papers

Citizen scientists record novel leaf phenology of invasive shrubs in eastern U.S. forests

Erynn Maynard-Bean, Margot Kaye, Tyler Wagner, Eric P. Burkhart, 2020, Biological Invasions on p. 3325-3337

Ramps: an important forest resource and emerging forest "crop"

Eric Burkhart, 2019, Forest Leaves

Opportunities from American ginseng husbandry in Pennsylvania

Eric Burkhart, M Jacobson, 2017, on p. 16

Chapter 21, Native plants for the Pennsylvania garden

Eric Burkhart, 2016, Penn State Master Gardeners Training Manual

Slipping away? Slippery elm in the herbal marketplace - past, present and future

Eric Burkhart, 2016, Journal of Medicinal Plant Conservation on p. 4

American ginseng: a threatened native plant with specialty crop potential

Eric Burkhart, 2014, Keystone Wild Notes on p. 19-22

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) floristic associations in Pennsylvania: Guidance for identifying calcium-rich forest farming sites

Eric Burkhart, 2013, Agroforestry Systems on p. 1157-1172

A case study of stakeholder perspective and experience with wild American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) conservation efforts in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: Limitations to a CITES driven, top-down regulatory approach

Eric P. Burkhart, Michael Gregory Jacobson, James Craig Finley, 2012, Biodiversity and Conservation on p. 3657-3679

Forest farming: An agroforestry approach to integrated forest management

Eric Burkhart, 2011, Pennsylvania Forests on p. 15

Transitioning from wild collection to forest cultivation of indigenous medicinal forest plants in eastern North America is constrained by lack of profitability

Eric P. Burkhart, Michael Gregory Jacobson, 2009, Agroforestry Systems on p. 437-453

Most-Cited Papers

A case study of stakeholder perspective and experience with wild American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) conservation efforts in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: Limitations to a CITES driven, top-down regulatory approach

Eric P. Burkhart, Michael Gregory Jacobson, James Craig Finley, 2012, Biodiversity and Conservation on p. 3657-3679

Citizen scientists record novel leaf phenology of invasive shrubs in eastern U.S. forests

Erynn Maynard-Bean, Margot Kaye, Tyler Wagner, Eric P. Burkhart, 2020, Biological Invasions on p. 3325-3337

Opportunities from American ginseng husbandry in Pennsylvania

Eric Burkhart, M Jacobson, 2017, on p. 16

Chapter 21, Native plants for the Pennsylvania garden

Eric Burkhart, 2016, Penn State Master Gardeners Training Manual

Slipping away? Slippery elm in the herbal marketplace - past, present and future

Eric Burkhart, 2016, Journal of Medicinal Plant Conservation on p. 4

American ginseng: a threatened native plant with specialty crop potential

Eric Burkhart, 2014, Keystone Wild Notes on p. 19-22

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius L.) floristic associations in Pennsylvania: Guidance for identifying calcium-rich forest farming sites

Eric Burkhart, 2013, Agroforestry Systems on p. 1157-1172

Forest farming: An agroforestry approach to integrated forest management

Eric Burkhart, 2011, Pennsylvania Forests on p. 15

Ramps: an important forest resource and emerging forest "crop"

Eric Burkhart, 2019, Forest Leaves