It’s Thursday and the sun is ”out”! What a delight 😊
This has so far been a very interesting week. Yesterday I went to a public talk at the Helsingborg library to listen to Ann-Helen Meyer von Bremen – a famous food writer in Sweden. In her talk “who has the power over your […]
New week, new opportunities!
This week I was meant to start collecting my soil samples, but instead, I once again find myself writing on my laptop in the office. April is a very “volatile” month in the northern hemisphere. In just one day, one might experience 15 degrees in the sun, while in the afternoon […]
This week I’ve written a few paragraphs in the discussion of my thesis, met with my supervisor to discuss our trip to the US, and finally, spent a whole lot of time cleaning our home, baking, and cooking food – the latter being a lot more entertaining than the former..
We’re about 1/4 in […]
One of the things we’ve discussed in class over the past few years is all of the hurdles one must go through to start an ag company from scratch. Some of these hurdles include having money, finding a suitable plot of land, getting the right tools and machinery, learning to grow, finding costumers and finally, being […]