Wild food mapping as global cultural maintenance

Most of us have adjusted to the idea that social media and networked knowledge exchange extend the reach of our embodied, situated encounters. For better or worse, we have shown that we love to tell the world “this is where I am and this is what I’m doing.” In the case of foraging, knowledge that is vital to human survival can bounce usefully between the material world and the cloud and back again, fostering human‑plant relationships in the process. And this is all beautifully illustrated by the Australian‑born Wild Food Map.

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