We are restoring a piece of land, creating a biodiverse habitat for humans and wildlife to thrive and showing the impact a regenerative approach can have in an urban context, but also on our health, society and planet as a whole.
We believe in the need to regenerate not only the land, but also our relationship with it, and our relationship with food and with our non-human kin.
Following our commitment to regeneration, we have made a series of conscious choices such as growing organically, saving seed, preserving, planting trees, nurturing bees, planting native species, creating wildlife corridors, saving water, reusing, recycling and composting.
Our activities aim to work in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the achievement of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Our goal is to collectively explore the possibilities of a relationship with the environment that is more reciprocal, balanced, critical and creative.
For us creativity is key to balance old and new wisdom, to connect to our surroundings and to enact change.
Some of our exploration methods include observing, questioning, gathering data, evaluating, testing, sharing, discussing and reimagining and they often turn into videos, publications, exhibitions, workshops and different kinds of events.
We want to broaden the spectrum of communities who engage with food, creativity and ecology, making these topics accessible to different audiences.
We run a number of free events throughout the year, and we share weekly educational videos to disseminate our work in the garden, the kitchen and the different partners we work with.
Our programme is crafted for people of all ages, and in the following years we want to pay special attention to children, vulnerable and underrepresented communities.