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Where the Leaves Fall issue 13 is out

In the latest issue of Where the Leaves Fall, contributors from across the globe explore the themes of rights, roots and rebirth through their words, art and photography.



Features include:


🌿 Kevin Ochieng’s striking photography highlights life in Dandora, Nairobi


🌿 Eco-futurist Kalpana Arias’ interviews with Claire Ratinon, Isaias Hernandez, Sophie Strand and Farmer Rishi on how we might find radical kinship by rerooting and rewilding through myth-telling


🌿 A conversation with fermentation explorer Pao-Yu Liu on fermentation, culture and community


🌿 Artists Gregory and Koffman unpick human’s relationship with nature throughout history


🌿 Writer Tallulah Brennan interrogates how a shift in attitudes towards children and care can create a better future


🌿 Rohit Nandha uses design to make plant-based cooking exciting and accessible


🌿 The learnings of a collective reviving and protecting the sacred groves in Benin with the Gaia Foundation


…And so much more! Grab a copy and explore your connection with nature



Order from two very special cover editions. Available now online and in shops.


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