The Economic and Ecological Implications of Wooden Shingles

The roof of the institute needs to be replaced. The old sawn cedar shingles have reached the end of their use-life. At first glance, wooden shingles might not be the intuitive choice for the ecologically minded, but let’s take a deeper look. The Usual Material The standard roofing material in the US is asphalt shingles. … More The Economic and Ecological Implications of Wooden Shingles

Low Tech Podcast, No. 24 — Interview: Foodways of the Apocalypse — Part II

Low Tech Podcast, No. 24 – 19 May 2017
An interview with Prof. Shanti Morell-Hart about foodways in trying times.

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Low Tech Podcast, No. 23 — Interview: Foodways of the Apocalypse — Part I

Low Tech Podcast, No. 23 – 12 May 2017
An interview with Prof. Shanti Morell-Hart about foodways in trying times.

Morell-Hart, Shanti. 2012. “Foodways and Resilience under Apocalyptic Conditions.” Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 34 (2): 161–71.

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