Hello to everyone out there! This is our officially last post (before the summer). The administration of SLU is not sure at the moment in what format and if they want to continue with the student blogs at all. That makes us sad, since we experienced (from your comments and messages) that it was always… Continue reading We´re off for the summer!
To take responsibility as an Agroecologist and facilitate the dialogue between different actors of the food-system, I am right now organising a new event, called AgriPub. It will take place tomorrow evening in the student union house and invites anyone who is interested in food and agriculture related questions. We, as students, want to create… Continue reading First AgriPub 2019
Today we want to introduce Jakriborg in Hjärup to you, a housing area near Alnarp. As you can see in the picture, parts of Hjärup are really colourful and made in an old style. The town Hjärup is separated by a railway station which connects Lund and Malmö. On the one side of it, you… Continue reading Jakriborg
Even if the Agroecology Day is already a while ago, we would like to draw a short resume. We started the day with a short introduction of the program and the topic we have chosen. We decided on the topic of food security and how the role of Agroecology is imperative to this. Our first… Continue reading Agroecology Day 2019
At the weekend we visited Malmö and the city garden near the castle.You can find almost every common edible plant there: from peppermint, rosemary, rhubarb to kohlrabi and a pheasant (who is supposed to to be eaten of course ;))! We also watched different birds and their small offspring. Ducks, coots, swans and pheasants are… Continue reading City garden Malmö & flowering rapeseed
Sweden – the country of the lakes and forests. These days, when the sun shines warmer the days remain longer, the nature calls us out – one and another time. We don´t have to travel far to dive into a nearby lake, take a boat tour and explore lonely islands. Therefore, we travelled to the… Continue reading Another time into the Swedish wild …
At the first of May we celebrated Karneval at campus Alnarp! The agriculture bachelor students mainly organised the day and it was just great!They grilled, built some fancy cars with which they drove through campus and had a competition between the two teams around the little pond which is located at campus as well. The… Continue reading Karneval på Alnarp
Yesterday our course was divided into three small groups to visit three different farms: Rinnebäcks gård/ Värpinge golfbana, Bokeslundsgården & Romelekött. Two of them we already visited now but our group went to Romelekött, a farm in Veberöd.They have around 300ha crop land, 150ha forest and 150ha grazing land for their cows and sheeps. The… Continue reading Excursion to 3 different farms!
Today I will tell you something about Partnership Alnarp, an organisation which enables knowledge transfer from research at SLU Alnarp to businesses and companies (partners) in Southern Sweden. Partnership Alnarp is run by a main facilitator, C.-O. Schwartz, who works there half-time, and two other half-time employees. One major problem today is that scientific results… Continue reading Partnership Alnarp
Hej hej, for several weeks we have been taking the course project management and process facilitation now. The general aim of the course is to provide an overview of the need for stakeholder collaboration. We work a lot with approaches of individual and collaborative development and a main part of this is the advisory service… Continue reading Project management and process facilitation