From her first visit, Tasmanian forests had a profound effect on Miranda Gibson.
This would go on to become a passion to protect those forests from logging and ultimately led to her spending 449 days, 60 metres above the ground in a tree that was named Observer Tree.
After nearly 15 months shut off from reality Miranda was forced to evacuate the tree last year.
Since then the area where Observer Tree stands and the surrounding forest have been given World Heritage status.
Ella Richmond is an ABC Open contributor who also works part-time in a non-editorial role at ABC Local Radio in Hobart. This film was produced in her own time after attending an ABC Open video workshop.
Robyn Francis is a person gardener. For over 30 years she has taught communities across the world about Permaculture, empowering them with practical ways to produce food, regenerate damaged landscapes and connect community.