Building on the concept of econo-sociality (Gibson-Graham and Roelvink 2009), I propose the related concept of econo-ecology to explore and interpret diverse knowledges and practices of the environment using a range of case studies centered on interrelationships between humans, plants and fungi in the United States and Scotland.
Barron, E.S. 2015. "Situating wild product gathering in a diverse economy: negotiating ethical interactions with natural resources." In Making Other Worlds Possible: Performing Diverse Economies, G. Roelvink, K. St. Martin, and J.K. Gibson-Graham (eds). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.