FL_10-8 - Settler resource management in New England

FL_10-8 - Settler resource management in New England - Corn...

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Corn - bean - squash horticulture Agroecology polyculture ecosystem structure ecosystem function Shifting agriculture fallowing mimics natural cycles soil and nutrient retention Human needs nutrition food security subsistence production Social organization gender-based division of labor technology production and reproduction
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Gender- based division of labor
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Houde, N. 2007. The six faces of traditional ecological knowledge: challenges and opportunities for Canadian co-management arrangements. Ecology and Society 12(2): 34. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss2/art34/ Traditional Ecological Knowledge
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Myth Myths :  symbolic tales concerning the origin and nature of the universe or key elements of culture Myths serve as  charters for social action  (Malinowski) in that they reflect and rationalize social order, norms, and  values by connecting them with universal truths. Myths reflect worldviews - beliefs about the identity and role of the self or group in society and the cosmos 
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