This is not a traditional panel and is run as a podcast discussion. It will explore, honour and celebrate experiences, wisdom and intergenerational practices of black and brown people in relation to land justice and presence in the environmental scene. The discussion will reflect on areas such as: professional and personal experiences, intersectionality of marginalisation/exclusion across different backgrounds, identities and abilities; access to land and opportunities working with land; nature connection; heritage and genetic memory. We will also explore ideas around the sense of “belonging” and “ownership” of land. Speakers will provide varied, (un)conventional perspectives from different professions linked to land i.e. farmers, herbalists, creatives, community events curators etc.