Published in: The SITE Magazine
Date: Summer 2022
Primary editor: Aisling O’Carrol

Details: Developing research that informed Animating the Soil Commons, using soil-thinking, onsite conversations, and archival research to unearth temporalities of land practice that have been disrupted by colonization at the confluence of a National Wildlife Refuge, a massive USBR Federal Infrastructure Project and Agricultural District, the Homelands of the Modoc People, and the incarceration center at Tule Lake where people of Japanese descent were imprisoned during World War II.

The piece includes two speculative short stories about The Living Soil Library and The Healing Soil Garden from Animating the Soil Commons.
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