From cities to farmlands, rivers to bayous, and beaches to mountains, the world around us is constantly changing.

Land Talk is a citizen science and environmental history project that documents through interviews

how local landscapes change over time.

Its goal is to provide an opportunity for conversations between generations, and a chance to learn from observers about changes they have seen.

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from Land Talk

Meet Christine, a lifelong resident of Stratford, an old Victorian railway town and industrial area in East London, which was suddenly transformed when it was announced as the home of the 2012 Olympic Games.



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Land Talk interviews can be submitted by anyone!

Check out our teacher resources page for classroom exercises and lesson plans.

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