500 Years of Urban Farming in Denmark

Paul Rye Kledal

In this podcast, we’ll take you through the history as well as the future prospects of Urban Farming.

The podcast is based upon the book “500 Years of Urban Farming in Denmark”, written by Dr. Paul Rye Kledal, who is educated as an agricultural economist.

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In this podcast, we’ll take you through the history as well as the future prospects of Urban Farming.   The podcast is based upon the book “500 Years of Urban Farming in Denmark”, written by Dr. Paul Rye Kledal, who is educated as an agricultural economist.   He has more than 20 years of professional experience as a researcher and governmental advisor within Urban Farming, recirculating aquaculture and aquaponics.   Enjoy the history of Urban Farming in Denmark, a visit to the historical gardens of Brede and a living example of the future of Urban Farming as we invite you to a green rooftop in the heart of Copenhagen.   More info: http://paulryekledal.dk/   The podcast is produced by www.hallkom.dk

Oct 11

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In the first episode, we’ll take you through the history of Urban Farming in Denmark and show you how it is deeply connected to grand European transformations. You will hear how Urban Farming started in the 16th century and has ties to the French Huguenots, how Dutch Farmers came to Denmark and inspired the Danes to produce quality food. And you’re invited to the historical gardens of Brede in Denmark. In short, this episode is packed with history and gems about Urban Farming both from a Danish and a European perspective. Read more at: https://paulryekledal.dk/ The Podcast is produced by Hallkom https://hallkom.dk/english/

Oct 25

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In the second episode, we’ll talk about the future prospects of Urban Farming. Because Urban Farming has popular solutions to unpopular problems. You will hear about different types of Urban farming and we’ll take you up three stories to a green rooftop in Copenhagen called ØsterGRO, where chickens and bees live side by side with flowers and vegetables. We’ll also try to get an answer to the big question: How can Urban Farming provide solutions to the current climate crisis? And finally, Paul Rye Kledal talks about the manifesto he has written, which is part of his book. A manifesto that should be read and acted upon by you and me, politicians, city planners and architects… Read more at: https://paulryekledal.dk/ The Podcast is produced by Hallkom https://hallkom.dk/english/

Oct 25

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