So we had a long drive getting to the living classroom. It was a lot of fun, driving along narrow country roads that wound through the endless valley. It was a little bit of a shock, finding myself in the car with Laura and the first hour of the so was composed of an almostContinue reading
Laura and I recently took a road trip to Bingara to visit our partners at The Living Classroom and other local folk to establish connection and build relationships as a means of developing the latest KSCA project “An Artist a Farmer and a Scientist walk into the bar…”.
As the title implies, the project will bring
What does a hat say about a human? During our New England road trip Eloise Lindebach saw the whimsy in our various head-coverings, and made this group portrait of KSCA members and some of the lovely people who showed us around.
On our road trip to New England I (Eloise Lindeback) was immersed in all things soil and land management, learning first hand from Tim Wright and Glenn Morris whilst visiting their regenerative farms and soaking in the knowledge other KSCA members shared with me during the long car trips.
After meeting Glenn Morris at Futurelands2
Here are the reflections of Kim Williams, Wollongong artist, who came along on the KSCA Road Trip:
“Lana” was one of the planned farm visits on a regenerative agriculture farm tour of northern NSW. Laura Fisher initiated this trip having received some funding through Sydney University. She was encouraged to use this time as an
On our KSCA Regenerative Agriculture Road Trip to New England, we visited three significant agricultural landscapes: two established farms (Tim Wright and Glenn Morris) and the in-transition land of The Living Classroom.
At all three sites, our hosts walked us around, drove us about in the back of utes, and showed us detailed maps of
KSCA’s first night in the New England region was spent in Bingara, at The Living Classroom‘s bunkhouse (nothing like bunk beds to make you feel like you’re on a road trip!). Here are Laura Fisher’s impressions:
We were welcomed by Rick and Susan Hutton, Linda and Garry McDouall and Francis and David Young and Francis’
I (Lucas) am writing this from The Living Classroom, in the New England area of NSW.
A bunch of us from KSCA are on a road trip to explore regenerative agriculture and rural enterprise, and there’s a lot of good stuff in this part of the world. The road trip came about after Futurelands2 last
Hot off the press –>The FUTURELANDS2 Newspaper!
Get yer free copy this weekend at Cementa 17.
Art, Agriculture, Land Use, Regional Economies, Soil, Botany, Ethics, Food, Weeds…
With contributions from Bruce Pascoe, Tracy Norman from Dungog Festival, Gilbert Grace and Klara Marosszeky, Meg Ulman and Artist as Family, Kirsten Bradley from Milkwood Permaculture, IanContinue reading
Well, we must have been well behaved and very good listeners when we all visited Marloo farm during Futurelands2, because Stuart and Megan Andrews are welcoming us back again for Cementa 17. During the festival, KSCA will be launching the Futurelands2 newspaper, sharing the progress of The Hemp Initiative (don’t miss the cookies!), and we’re chuffed to announce that we’ll alsoContinue reading