🍃 Mycelia van Hoop goes to Reclaim the Seeds Nijmegen! 🍃
Hoe mooi is het als agroecologische boeren en activisten samen buiten werken en in gesprek raken over wat hen drijft en hoe we elkaar kunnen versterken? Kom ook! Hieronder de uitnodiging.
On Sunday 9th of April we will meet at CSA Eetmeerbosch in Nijmegen for a full day of farming and building activities!
10:30 – Tea & coffee / walk-in
11:00 – Nature sensory walk
12:30 – Brunch
13:30 – CSA Tour
14:30 – Farming and building activities
17:00 – Food, drinks & bonfire
For this event, we are invited to join the Community supported Agriculture (CSA) project Eetmeerbosch (https://eetmeerbosch.nl/). We are going to start the day with tea/coffee and getting to know each other, followed by a nature sensory walk to ground ourselves in the place we’ll be spending the day at. After a brunch break provided by the amazing cooking collective Le Sabot, we will have a tour of the CSA. We will then work on the ‘heart’ of the farm and build a relaxing space to get together where gatherings can be organised. We will end the day by having a bonfire and drinks in this collectively created space.
🌱 Address: Scherpenkampweg 50 (thv) in Nijmegen
You can reach the location by public transport. There will also be option to join a carpool group to self-organise your travel, please enter your departure location and phone number on the form for this purpose.
🌱 Reserve your spot (max. capacity 20ppl): https://form.jotform.com/230883121698361
🌱 The event is free / donation-based!
🌱 We want this event to be as inclusive as possible. Do you need something specific to make your participation possible / easier? Or are you missing any information? Don’t hesitate and feel free to send us an email!
🌱 Contact us through email@example.com
´Mycelia van Hoop’ is an initiative from the Dutch Agroecology Network that aims to bring agroecological farmers, activists and allies closer together. It is sometimes difficult for agroecological farmers to leave their farms and find time for activism outside of work, and activists (as well as many others) are very likely to overwork themselves. Both could use a place and some company to regenerate, and Mycelia van Hoop would like to create this place by organising day gatherings at different agroecological farms. The farming and building activities are defined depending on the farmer’s needs, allowing for an exchange of knowledge and skills. The goal is to link rural and urban realities, build a more resilient movement based on a culture of mutual aid and regeneration, and all going back home stronger.