At this year’s Re:publica, Carla Ulrich (Tiny Farms, Slow Food Youth), Sofia Elisabeth Berlinghof (Tiny Farms, Slow Food Youth) and Ekkehard Spiegel (Weltacker/Global Field, and Global Bean) held a workshop on “Leguminati Calling: The solution for the food of the future lies in legumes” as part of Our Food our Future.
We are a volunteer group within the community garden project at the Ecological Education Center (ÖBZ) in Munich and collect varieties of beans that are no longer in commercial use. We are enthusiastic about the diversity and the aesthetics of beans, of course also about the culinary enjoyment and their ecological value.
What do chickpea seedlings look like? What new technique could I try to establish my beans next year? How do other gardeners grow my favorite legume crop in a completely different climate? How can I multiply my own seeds? If you are curious about the diversity of legumes, join us for a garden tour through Europe and maybe beyond.
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 …