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10. aug. 2022

Growing locally severely reduces one's carbon footprint and can increase both mental and physical health. The garden will serve as an intergenerational sharing space for local knowledge on self sufficiency, as well as a place to meet or just hang out.

Vi slo oss sammen med Rick som er ansvarlig for å skape et urbant dyrkeområde på Laksevåg. #Kaihagen


«The Urban Gardening project aims to get people together and revalue their relationship to nature and food towards holistic thinking and behaviour. We want to show the wide variety of food that can be grown in our climate, even in urban spaces. Growing locally severely reduces one's carbon footprint and can increase both mental and physical health. The garden will serve as an intergenerational sharing space for local knowledge on self sufficiency, as well as a place to meet or just hang out.» - Bioregion Institute


Les mer: https://www.bioregion.institute/project/urbangardens


Ansvarlig: Bioregion Institute

Kategori: Urban hage

Foto: Bioregion Institute