My Native Egdon

2018


In the mid-18th Century, South East Dorset in the UK, was almost entirely covered in Heathland. The heath stretched from the New Forest in the East to Dorchester in the West. Today around 15% remains, fragmented between 150 sites ranging from small and urban, to large and rural. This project explores these fragments and our relationship with them.


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