Call of the Land
Biographies / Inspiring Stories • 5m 28s
Inspired by the song 'Land Matters' Lee Love and his partner Rooh Star strive to empower themselves by remaining connected to their environment. Whether this means living in a handmade 'barrel home' or travelling in a makeshift cart, their unique, self-sustainable lifestyle offers an new perceptive on what is possible in the modern day.
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