Today I found myself thinking a lot about what i’d do differently if I’d gotten the chance to redo my entire master – a reflection I presume many of us go through when we approach the end of something – and here are my thoughts:
When I embarked on the agroecology program I was fresh off the […]
About one year ago, I published several posts covering the planning and execution of our program’s student-organized sustainability conference “The Agroecology Day” – a recurring annual event in the past 6-7 years at SLU Alnarp. In a few weeks time, it’s the new students turn to do this, […]
It’s Friday again, and another weekend is lurking right around the corner.
This has been a fascinating week, especially if you include last Saturday into the equation; when I attended the seed association Allkorn’s annual meeting. If I haven’t mentioned it before, Allkorn is a non-profit organization working with seed conservation and participatory […]
When I tell people that I study agroecology – and that, in the future I’ll become an agroecologist, people generally look at me with an expression of mixed confusion and curiosity – what is agroecology? Answering this question has become relatively easy by now. But responding to the follow-up is so much harder. What does […]