77. TERRA FIRMA

In the end, it all comes down to the earth beneath our feet. Soil, dust, humus, dirt. It is both prologue and epilogue. Source and salve. Yet, oftentimes it’s invisible, pushed to the rear of the stage, hidden by that which is more noisy, more beautiful, more obvious. Not here, not now. Not, we argue, ever.

Issue 77.
TERRA FIRMA

Kate Seddon’s Glorious Gardens

Art & Design, GardensMeet Kate Seddon, a Melbourne landscape designer with a penchant for plants.

You’ll Never Plough a Field by Turning it Over in Your Mind

CultureWhat we do to the soil, we do to ourselves. An excerpt from Matthew Evan's new book, Soil: The incredible story of what keeps the earth, and us, healthy.

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