foraging

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the act of searching for food and provisions

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Regional food-gathering nodes and logistics network, Iqaluit, NU, Canada
I am still left with the Big Question though: Why is it that the three males in my house innately presume that I'm responsible for food-gathering, cooking and cleaning, as well as felling countless trees for the neverending supply of toilet paper?
9 million years old at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania and Koobi Fora in Kenya, which probably show opportunistic scavenging and food-gathering.
There are clear instructions about hunting, food-gathering, cooking, building and carving.
The videos show how climate change-related phenomena such as extreme weather and rising sea levels have swallowed villages and changed food-gathering habits.
The large communal bison traps of the Blackfoot Plains Indians, developed nearly 6,000 years ago, are thought to be the single greatest food-gathering feats in human history.
This may allow hyenas to establish feeding rights and organize their food-gathering activities," Theunissen said.
His luxury had a practical, food-gathering bent: a full set of scuba-diving gear.
Not everyone regards such food-gathering tactics as purely the products of social learning or culture.
But our subsistence food-gathering goes beyond plant products.
For the majority of our residents who are Native and anyone else who lives here, this means access to great fishing, hunting, camping, snowmobiling, boating for recreational and traditional food-gathering activities, which are very important to our residents," he said.
Another future threat is to the health of the coral reefs and the consequent impact that will have on food-gathering by local people, although there haven't been any observed impacts as yet.
Their Peterborough store is bringing in size 14 models to stand alongside its usual size 10s - though whether or not this has anything to do with the food-gathering habits of its customers is a moot point (the John Lewis partnership also owns Waitrose).
It may overturn her own assumptions, but there is a growing literature of current research on the elaborate communal food-gathering methodologies employed on the B.
Dinners Done Right requires pre-registration for its food-gathering sessions; some sessions are for customers wanting 12 meals that each serve four to six people, while others cater to smaller households that need servings for two to three.