Refugee status holders welcome in Ommuurde Tuin

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Together with ‘Welkom in Wageningen’ and the Ommuurde Tuin, the Boerengroep started a project where refugees and status holders can join on a weekly basis to work along in organic garden de Ommuurde Tuin. Interns from the Warmonderhof (BioDynamic education) will help them along and show them around.

Participants can subscribe via: st.boerengroep@wur.nl
See also the website of Welkom in Wageningen for more initiatives.

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6 March: DOCUevening – 8 March: Protest Demonstration

DOCUevening & call for action

Sunday 6th March: DOCUevening & info on Demonstration
20h00, Common Barrack, Droevendaal (Wageningen)
 
Tuesday 8th March: Protest Demonstration
16h00, Honduran embassy, The Hague
 

Berta Cáceres was murdered last Thursday, March 3 by ‘unknown gunman’ in her house. She was an indigenous leader and spokesperson of the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras.

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15 March: Satoyama: the Re-Peasantization of Japan

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Boerengroep and RSO chairgroup invited 11 guest speakers who will share their knowledge on SATOYAMA: the re-peasantization of Japan. Satoyama refers to the traditional multi-functional peasant landscapes of the Japanese countryside, as well as their layered social, cultural, economic and ecological functions.

What are the merits of Satoyama versus the Dutch Food Valley model favored by the Japanese government and industry?

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