Low-Level Food Production

@inproceedings{Smith2001LowLevelFP,
  title={Low-Level Food Production},
  author={Bruce D. Smith},
  year={2001}
}
Societies with low-level food production economies occupy the vast and diverse middle ground between hunting–fishing–foraging and agriculture. Efforts by Ford, Harris, Rindos, Zvelebil, and others to characterize this “in-between” territory are discussed, and a new conceptual framework is proposed. Domestication, the central landmark of this middle ground, is situated well away from the boundaries with hunting–gathering and agriculture, and separates low-level food production economies into two… CONTINUE READING
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