All Our Land is a programme of creative sessions concerned with exploring the relationship between the upland landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales and climate change.
During 2022, the project invited young people in the Yorkshire Dales to come together through a series of creative workshops facilitated by artists and scientists. Participants will consider the history, the present and the future of the land, culminating in an exhibition in Settle during Autumn 2022. All Our Land will allow and value different experiences, histories, concerns, and priorities; bringing people together to create and encourage the expression of their unique voices.
The All Our Land team is comprised of the Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, visual artists Philippa Troutman and Tony Stephenson, and environmental scientists from the University of Leeds. All Our Land has been jointly funded by Natural England and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, as part of the Wild Ingleborough initiative.
All Our Land opened an exhibition at The Folly in October 2022, running until the end of the year. The exhibition was contributed to by participants in All Our Land workshops with the goal of starting and continuing creative conversations around the local Yorkshire Dales landscape and climate change.
A short documentary of the All Our Land project can be viewed below: