It is a common space where sharing and inclusion are important. There are many ways to get involved at Losæter, through open workdays, events, courses and communal dinners, and baking in the bakehouse.
Spaces for urban food growing do not only create a greener city, but a warmer city. Together, city dwellers – young and old- can learn about how our food is created, about circulatory systems and sustainable methods of food production. However, urban agriculture is not just about food production, it can also contribute to better public health, integration, entrepreneurship, and food culture. It is a social form of agriculture, where human interaction and wellbeing can be as equally beneficial and nourishing as the crops that are harvested.
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