"Fields have meanings and memories for millions of us. In their manifold forms, fields express our cultural crafting of the land. They are our unwritten history, carved clearings in the wild wood, the accumulation of practical experimentation, invention and subtlety, extending over generations. Yet under our gaze this rich combining of culture and nature has been smoothed and sprayed out of existence in half a lifetime."
From Common Ground's Manifesto for Fields
Common Ground's Manifesto for Fields
Field Days - an anthology of poetry
Other Common Ground field publications
WHAT'S IN A FIELD ... ?
Does your place have a PASTE EGG FIELD?
Have you seen a SNAKESHEAD FRITILLARY MEADOW ?