Cultivating Equality: Women Working with Land

Inspired by Grampian Graziers and Lauriston Farm in Scotland

Poetry by Iona Lee | Photography by Sophie Gerrard | Exhibited at Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow

The Stories:

We Feed The UK is a major arts project pairing critically acclaimed photographers and poets with the UK’s custodians of soil, sea and seed in order to showcase positive solutions to climate change, biodiversity loss and social justice.

Ten time-critical stories will be told online and in exhibitions between February 2024 and May 2025.

Coming Up:


No Diggity: Keeping Carbon in the Ground

Inspired by No Diggity Gardens in the West Midlands

Poetry by Bohdan Piasecki | Photography by Ayesha Jones | Exhibited with Multistory in Walsall

Ayesha Jones hands holding soil

From Crisis to Kinship: Healing People and Place

Inspired by Fordhall Organic Farm in Shropshire

Poetry by Jasmine Gardosi | Photography by Aaron Schuman | Published with GRAIN Projects as an immersive book


Down to Earth: Restoring Soil

Inspired by Wharmley Farm in Northumberland

Poetry by Kate Fox | Photography by Johannah Churchill | Exhibited with North East Photography Network at The Sill in Northumberland


In Deep Water: Sustainable Fishing

Inspired by fishers along the south coast

Poetry by Chris Redmond | Photography by Jon Tonks | Exhibited at Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol

If you’re feeling inspired by these custodians of land, sea, soil and seed, and are wondering what you can do to support them, we’ve gathered some resources to help you find your role in the movement, whether you’re a farmer, fisher or a citizen. 

Past Stories: