A personal essay by seed researcher and baker Col Gordon on the complex relationships between plants, people and place.
“Bread-making as a form of activism” – a wide-ranging interview with Marisol Malatesta, baker, artist and teacher.
A Q&A with No Stone Theatre Director Nicolas Pitt about his production Seeds, following the story of Nikolai Vavilov.
Anna Souter visist Haarlem Artspace to review re:rural, a project taking place both digitally and at the organisation’s home in the Derbyshire Dales.
Apples, animals, and old farm folklore: documentation from a decomposing land art intervention by artist Juliet Duckworth.
Welcome to The Learned Pig’s inaugural artist residency! This residency is in part the result of ongoing discussions among our editorial team. We’ve been trying to think through ways to…
Rituals; Too Full of Vermouth and Cigarette Smoke: two poems from Epiphaneia, the 2019 collection from OCM Bocas Prize-winner Richard Georges.
Daegan Miller, author of This Radical Land, on moving house, making maps, and finding home – from Massachusetts to Wisconsin to New York and back again.
Vermont-based environmental and social justice advocate Chris Gaynor on the compulsion to protect, educate and care for our species.
New writing on landscape and memory by Dave Borthwick, a self-described ‘tramper of fields and stander in the rain’ who lives in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
“If we open our eyes and look further, we realize a mistake has been made, and the wrong story has been told.” Words: Marloe Mens. Photography: Kiki Muyres.