Flatbread Society is a Grainfield, a Bakehouse and public program. It is a public artwork initiated by Futurefarmers art collective in 2012. The Grainfield is a field measuring 500m2 where several types of ancient grain such as Svedjerug(rye), spelt, emmer, einkorn and barley grow and the Bakehouse is a 100m2 baking facility and greenhouse that forms the nexus of exchange at Losæter; gatherings, workshops and a place to be.
Herligheten is an ecological initiative and project about urban food production initiated in April 2012. It hosts 100 allotments and a program consisting of a number of events and seminars for learning and exchanging ideas about urban farming.
Oslo Apiary & Aviary is an art practice run by Marius Presterud and Mikkel Dagestad. A consistent line running through their work is the questioning of the theoretical separation of "urbanity" and “nature” and how it is performed and dichotomized. By rearing plants and animals in the city, they raise the question of how city life is conceptualized and can be renegotiated within and against processes of capitalist urbanization.
Growlab is a multidisciplinary design studio working towards a more livable and sustainable city. Growlab’s competencies range from consulting and communicating sustainable strategies, initiating and supporting urban grassroots movements and involving and empowering communities through inclusive design processes, tools and actions.
Food Studio is a collective of professionals who care about sharing stories of people that believe in good and honest food. Food Studio wishes to change today’s food system to a more sustainable network. They organise seasonal workshops and dinners in the natural surroundings of Oslo called Get Away. Other activities range from collaborations with other likeminded individuals and projects all over the world, to seminars and field trips for larger organisations in Norway to help them make a change.
Open Bakery is an Oslo-based artisan bakery built on knowledge, traditions and pure, natural ingredients.
The Norwegian Farmers' Union works to improve the conditions for Norwegian agriculture and to advocate the importance of farming in a modern society. It has 62.000 members, more than 500 local branches and 18 regional associations. In 2016 a local branch will be established at Losæter.