Access to Land

DSCF1906At present a small number of us live in Mongolian yurts, we are portable and move where we are working on an itinery of locations. We have the litter pickers hub which has a forward post camp set up which supports volunteer litter pickers. Also a small mongolian yurt  which is set up up for months at a time on farms where we have permission to be on while we deliver workshops and practical works. It is possible to have training events and camps to learn traditional woodland management, hedgelaying and other crafts in any location. We are open to any community inviting us to do this. With more funds and people we can look at acquiring land through cooperative and shared ownership models. The objective is not to own land but to get access to it.


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