What happens if landowners entrust their land to more distributed and diverse forms of ownership and governance than a single bloodline? Might a culture of diversity lead to even greater resilience? Two progressive estate owners, a lawyer, an agro-economist and a researcher explore emerging models of land governance designed to enable more people to tend the soil for future generations, whilst growing the fabric of communities. What are the opportunities and risks in sharing the prosperity of, and responsibility for, the land? We will enquire into the benefits and drawbacks of both the old order and the emerging order now taking root in some places.