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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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  • A visit from Beijing

    27. August 2019
    Eminent visitors on the weekend: Professors Li Yue and Dong Hongmin (surname before first name is the rule in China) from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in Beijing completed their four-day study trip on climate and agriculture organized by the German-Chinese Agricultural Center after visits …

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  • Live chat: Berlin and Gilgil

    20. June 2019
    In the beginning of this week we finally made our live call! The students of the St Ann School in Gilgil and their partner school in Berlin-Neukölln were able to exchange ideas in real time! Until now they had only seen pictures and videos of each …

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  • 2000 Kvadratmeter Experiment in Sweden

    17. November 2019
    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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  • A visit to Global Fields in Gilgil, Kenya

    17. September 2018
    Between 7th to 10th August 2018, a team of two ASA participants from Kenya and Germany (Erick Agure and Lucas Haas) visited and took part in the global field activities in Kenya. The visit to global fields was done in tandem with Seed Savers Network Kenya …

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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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