The Master Plan for the Headlands Art Community has reference to symbolic notions of the complex relationship between nature and man. The significant element is a large stone wall that cuts the site directly into two mirrored sides. One side would allow for the wild and invasive species to go free with little to no managment. The other side would include best managment practices for a resilient landscape. The intention, as an artpiece itself, is to elucidate the need for a balanced approach to land management and how nature, if left alone, isn't necessarily sustaining life.