It is widely accepted that in Ancient Ireland, a king was required to symbolically marry the Goddess of the Land to ensure her blessing and bring prosperity to his community. Only the Land had the power to bestow abundance, and the king was bound to be worthy of it by showing impeccable behaviour, judgement and fairness. We are honoured to call this island our home, and we are reminded of the myriad ways in which our Ancestors developed ways to work with, not against, the Land herself. The unique environments and biological diversity of Ireland must to be protected by techniques and approaches that support the Land that allows us to be. From smart farming and permaculture to the care of hedges, forests and endemic species. Foraging, natural medicine, weaving, mapping, fire management and responsible outdoor living. This province aims at supporting projects related to the Land and the complex, deeply human relation between itself and the Tribe.