Which ecosystem to facilitate the profitability of urban microfarms?
Botildenborg, together with a group of partners including cities and universities has been developing the Stadsbruk methodology since 2015.
Our goal is to contribute to the increase of local, ecological and profitable food producers by collaborating with cities, regions and private partners on a strategic and practical level.
With collaborations in 9 European regions, we are organising this webinar for European cities and regions working on local food projects, or other strategies, to consider new collaborations and understand how our Scandinavian approach can be useful in other contexts.
For whom ?
This webinar is aimed at people working with the food production strategy and/or policy of their municipality or region in Europe. The actors concerned are aware of the issues in their territory and the strategies used to develop local food production.
Whether you are a member of a territorial food project network or not, if you have an interest in this topic and are an actor in your city or region this webinar is for you!
Program of the webinar
10h00 - 10h05 : Beginning of the live event
10h05 - 10h30 : Introduction of each participant and explanation of the objectives
10h30 - 11h15 : Presentation of the Stadsbruk method, visit of Botildenborg and its farm
11h15 - 11h20 : Break
11h20 - 12h00 : Q&A: discussion about the presentation and challenges of urban agriculture in the cities's context. Exchange of solutions and opportunities for collaboration …
If you have any questions, you can contact us by sending an email to: email@example.com
This study visit is organised in partnership with :
Understand the Stadsbruk method
Discover our most popular modules: the (digital) incubator and the testbed.
Address the challenges and opportunities of local food production
Discuss opportunities for collaboration in relation to cities's current strategy and context
To address the issues of economic sustainability in urban farming
Meet European actors and start networking