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If we were to divide the total global surface area of arable land by the number of people living on the planet, each person would get 2000m² (half an acre). Everything we need, must grow on this field… Learn more

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  • Soup & Talk

    13. January 2022
    It’s show time again: on January 22nd, starting at 5 p.m., farmers, food activists and climate innovators from all over the world will present their latest initiatives and actions to make food and agriculture fairer, ecological, climate-friendly, healthier, tastier and more diverse. We hope you will …

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  • Join the Global Bean Club

    14. January 2022
    On Thursday, January 27 at 5 pm we will start a new monthly habit: A lecture on legumes in the field, in the garden and in the kitchen. Together with 40 partners from 13 EU countries, Kenya and India we start the Bean Club! Come in! …

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  • 2000 Kvadratmeter in Sweden

    17. November 2021
    Our Swedish correspondent Magda Knobel found a 2000 m² garden in Stockholm. On the island of Djurgården, between an amusement park, various museums (including the Abba Museum) and many trees, there is a garden which has a very special mission. At the end of the 18th …

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  • New Delhi: 1200m² in India

    8. July 2021
    With great pleasure we welcome another partner in the circle of global fields around the world: Edible Routes Foundation (ERF) in Delhi, India. Edible Routes Foundation (ERF) works at the intersection of ecological restoration and community development through regenerating landscapes, developing knowledge of local native species, …

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2000 square metres

On this website we want to take a look at our 2000m². We want to find out what needs to be done in order to grow enough for all human beings, animals, and plants that live from this land.

We are looking for answers to many questions and for practical solutions.

Our fields have gotten out of control: We urgently need to take action to stop this! Luckily we can all make changes. Some things we can do on our own once we understand the problems; others we can only achieve together.

 

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