It isn't until you live on the land and are truly reliant on it that you can hope to reconnect to it. For two years Phillipa Klaiber followed the growth and destruction of an off-grid community who worked towards self-sufficient and ecologically sound living. The fields and woodland they occupied had an unclear history of ownership and had been long abandoned. Their ambition was a model of community supported agriculture; farming and maintaining the land in an ecologically balanced way, while living in the woods. The group was brought together by the shared desire to regain a connection to the land. After occupying the land for nearly four years, they were evicted.