In the second episode of our series chronicling the Sea To Seed tour we explore how musicians can be of service to those stewarding the land.
“Any chance that a human being gets to turn earth and work soil and plant is a part of remembering what it means to be a human. It creates this ancient living link to the land that we’re all a part of. Every time we do it, every time we touch a seed, every time we turn the soil, it’s connecting us to who we are, it’s connecting us to the bigger picture of where we come from and what we need to survive. Earth, seed, food, nourishment, life. To get to participate in that process, it puts us back in the cycle of being human again.
Biko of Rising Appalachia