The Tipping Points project is delighted to launch a series of ‘Slow Conversations’ with farmers and landowners in the North of England, revolving around issues of land sharing, the environment, energy production, sustainability, and land use changes over time. The conversations include collaborations with Northern Heartlands, somewhere-nowhere, and more. Each ‘conversation’ aims to amplify the voices of farmers, who work directly with and on our landscapes, yet who are often sidelined in conversations about decisions over the UK’s landscapes. Take a look below!
Click here to watch the film Love and Soil, a record of a slow online conversation between farmers, conservationists, artists and researchers. The film was made by Oliver Smith and curated by Northern Heartlands, Emily Diamand, Barbara Bray and Amy-Jane Beer.