We exist at the nexus of ancient, ethnographic, and modern technology and subsistence practices. We aim to identify ancient and contemporary nonindustrial technologies appropriate for use in modern, small-scale, self-sustaining infrastructure and create do-it-yourself, resource-light solutions to sustainability problems.
United States
62 episodes
since Sep, 2016


Low Tech Podcast, No. 35 – 15 Mar 2018 A discussion of how we live today and tomorrow. Music from Podington Bear, "The Confrontation," off the album Passages (CC-BY-NC). This Is Why You Don't See People-Size Salmon Anymore - NPR The Great Norwegian Porridge Debate, Or Tradition Vs. 'Science' - NPR The great agricultural resettlement or the next chapter of the fall - Feasta Sustainable cities need more than parks, cafes and a riverwalk - The Conversation See more news stories here. https://lowtechinstitute.org/ Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, and/or SoundCloud. … More Low Tech Podcast, No. 35 — Examining How We Live
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