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2000 Kvadratmeter in Sweden

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

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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A visit from Beijing

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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Navdanya’s routine

Time flies, soon we’ll have stayed here for more than a month! Every day we learn new things, either in the morning by helping out on the fields or around the campus, or in the afternoon during one of the learning sessions, or by simply talking …

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ASA India: Lakdah Journey

I spent the second week of my Indian journey in Ladakh, a region high up in the Himalayas, in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, surrounded by China and Pakistan. The trip was organised by Navdanya and enabled an international group of 12 people to discover …

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A letter from India

Magdalena and Sagar have spent 3 month with us in Berlin on the global field exploring the potential for an Indian-German collaboration around the 2000 m² idea. Now they have just arrived in Navdanya, an organic and diversity rich flagship farm near Dehradun, in India, where …

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