The conference and events series provided a fertile meeting ground for a variety of projects and activities. I’ve tried to include as many links to projects as I can. If you took part but don’t see your project below, or if you have heard of a project that might be of interest to the Landscaping Change community, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard White Walking Projects
Walk Now | Honouring Esther | Forced Walks | Lost Walks and others. Find out more
Hydrocitizens | Water City Bristol | PI Owain Jones. Find out more
Bristol Loves Tides
Promoting ‘deeper awareness of the interconnectedness of ecology, biodiversity, energy, and the role of the wilder green spaces of the city.’
A geo-located repository of original site-specific poetry. Project led by Christopher Jelley
Flagged Up was a project for Bristol 2015 Green Capital. Working with the residents of Horfield and Lockleaze Deborah Weinreb, social artist, created 52 banner flag images with inspiring environmental messages. These were placed on the street lights to create a visual route between the areas two main green spaces, adding inspiration and colour to the locality.
The Blue Finger Alliance
The Blue Finger Alliance is a network of organisations, individuals and businesses developing ways of working together to enable the transformation of the land known as The Blue Finger into a vibrant and resilient food growing quarter. Find out more
Monkton Wyld Court
An education centre for sustainable living in Dorset. Find out more .
Steven Hitchins The White City
Audio guide to The White City, a participatory sensing expedition through the streets of Rhydyfelin, Pontypridd. Listen here.
Over the Fields
Lucy Furlong’s Over the Fields contains deep topographical enchantments and historical treasures, not least among them the stories and memories of a family.
Landscapes for Fun
A photography project by Shreepad Joglekar from Kansas State University. Explored in this body of work are several off-road-vehicle parks; public lands maintained in the desired state of wilderness for the pleasures of driving monstrous vehicles on rugged terrains.
Prairie Studies Initiative
The Prairie Studies Initiative is a collaborative community of Kansas State faculty, staff, students and the broader public to explore the cultural and ecological dimensions of the prairie, challenges to sustaining grassland ecosystems, and envisioning new futures for these unique and important landscapes.
“Earth, Fire, and Water, Z-Bar Ranch, 1994“ by Larry W. Schwarmm.
The Power and the Water
The Power and the Water: Connecting Pasts with Futures is an environmental history initiative that focuses on environmental connectivities that have emerged in Britain since industrialisation.