My project was inspired by the revolutionary and relatively new scientific research into soil and mycorremediation (or cleansing via fungi). I set out to conduct an exploratory investigation into the evolutionary effects of this theory on landscape through a number of interventions involving enhancing landscapes to encourage the growth of fungi and their plant symbiots under various conditions. 

Through my research I discovered an interesting link between the soil, water, flora and fauna and how the relevant functions of these change when a healthy fungal network is present. Upon application of this theory to large swathes of landscape I was able to show how mycorremediation could ultimately lead to a solution to some of the most troubling issues we face including climate change, flooding, pollution and loss of biodiversity.