How to Value a Skylark

How to Value a Skylark

HOW TO VALUE A SKYLARK: The Countryside in a Time of Change.   Brian Kerr, author of HOW TO VALUE A SKYLARK: The Countryside in a Time of Change, is a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University and a retired soil surveyor often found helping out in their soils...
A Friable Earth by Jackie Wills

A Friable Earth by Jackie Wills

Jackie Wills, author of A Friable Earth, has shared her poem Considering I’ll Become Mud which provided the title for her book. Her poem came out of thinking about the no-dig system of growing, as well as some old Sussex words for mud and a recognition of ageing. Arc...
There is a Volcano Behind my House

There is a Volcano Behind my House

For one of her largest solo exhibitions to date, Ilana Halperin has created new works inspired by the geology of the island of Bute where she now spends much of her time. Situated throughout the house, four distinct yet contiguous series of sculptures, works on paper...
#Grounded

#Grounded

Soils are our Past, Present and Future Join the movement to stay #Grounded On a personal level we all use soil, whether we realise it or not, on a daily basis. Whether it’s the food we eat, playing football on a school playing field, enjoying the local park gardens or...
Kiss the Ground

Kiss the Ground

Narrated and featuring Woody Harrelson, Kiss the Ground is an inspiring and groundbreaking film that reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis. Kiss the Ground reveals that, by regenerating the world’s soils, we can completely and rapidly stabilize...
Harbinger Exhibition

Harbinger Exhibition

The Research and Exhibition Harbinger is a multi-layered research exhibition in parts physical and digital, with a webpage being created for a further global reach. The research and exhibition pairs art and science. It investigates the climate crisis issues in...