Fen + Field Magazine No.3 – Where we are now
Fen + Field No 3
Home has never been more important, but our relationship with it is surely being tested.
No.3 takes a look at Where We Are Now, a collection of stories that look at how we are grounded, whether in the small steps from home, the lullaby of dusk, or in moments where the world reminds us of its unpredictability. Inspiring us with humble knowledge that we are not bigger than the world, the thread throughout is a gentle dialogue of mindfulness meeting the realities of nature, ruminating on our place in all of it.
This issue includes:
Riders of the Storm – Iceland in the heart of winter by Dael Sassoon, The Republic of Winter by Rhiannon Hooson, Life above the Arctic by Sophie Nolan, The movement of nature and human perception by Nanhe, Building an ethical company by Pippa Best, Stale Carrots: can sea-cans bring food security to Native communities of Canada’s shunned arctic? by Audrey Simango, A Travelling Heart at Home by Natalie Bruzon, Nature’s Gift of Time by Ralu Miclea, The World of Sustainable Practices – Asia by Diamond Yao, When the Earth woke up in the Amazon by Dael Sassoon, Slow hiking the Peaks by Jack Turley, Women Make fire by Morag Bootland – plus more!