Hello and good bye everyone – this is, officially, and finally, my last blog post.
It’s been one hell of a ride, sharing my experiences from SLU Alnarp and the Agroecology program with you, but this semester, and my time at the program is rapidly coming to a close.
I regret not being able to […]
Today’s Saturday, and if you were to walk “in” on me right now, you’d find me sitting on a tree stump overlooking the castle in Alnarp. The stump belongs to a very old tree, almost two meters in diameter, whose outer parts have been gnawed down to sawdust. In its cracks, and the dust […]
So, this is the second post where I try to lay out the things I like the most about SLU Alnarp. In the first post i described the people and the campus surroundings as some of the best things to experience if you’re visiting or studying here. But there are of course others.
Before I relinquish control of this blog completely, I thought it would be nice to summarize some of the things I’ve loved about studying at SLU Alnarp – so here goes.
SLU Alnarp is a relatively small campus, with around 700 students attending each year. This, in combination with the fact […]