Local food production can make a city more resilient and create spaces for social interaction throughout all sorts of backgrounds and cultures resulting in a stronger sense of community. Jonas Gorgënand Bram de Vos want to showcase a variety of proposals on how to bring agriculture and the city closer together with a focus on alternative farming approaches that are space-efficient, ecologically valuable and sustainable. We also discuss the role of animals within a circular food system. Everyone is encouraged to engage and contribute to create a vision of a self-sufficient city. This edition is made possible by Hyper Global/Hyper Local program/exchange, MAX Project, the European Union and Makersxchange


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