Land Justice & Rerooting is an emerging part of our work, which recognises that healing happens in relationship to the land. With this programme, we want to create opportunities to connect with nature through herbalism and community gatherings, as a basis for building community health. This also requires that we deepen our analysis of land and spatial justice to understand structural inequalities around access to land, food and housing, and how they affect our communities.

This year, we are working with Phytology to run a series of events at the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve. In our public programming around Land Justice & Rerooting, we have previously collaborated with Land In Our Names, Dee Woods (Granville Community Kitchen) and Rabiah Mali (Herbal Blessing Clinic).