The Beginner’s Guide to Boerengroep

Do you long for connection to the food-growing community? There are many paths in life that can lead a person to The Beginner’s Guide to Boerengroep – what matters the most is that you have arrived here. Whether you are new to Wageningen, or simply new to Boerengroep, you are probably aware of the importance … Read more

Vacancy Internship with Boerengroep 50 Years

Become an intern at Boerengroep and organize 50 years Boerengroep activities!  We are currently looking for an intern starting in spring 2021, to help organize a 50 years Boerengroep festival September next year. We are thinking of a day-long event with continuous workshops about different agriculture- and food-related practices, a theatre show and a farmers market, … Read more

Interview with a Boerengroep Board Member: Shumaila Shaikh

This time we interviewed Shumaila Shaikh, a well-experienced Farm Experience Internship organizer and currently an intern at Boerengroep. Enjoy! What is your name? Shumaila Shaikh Where are you from? Coastal India Do you have a farming/theatre background? Yes! In both. I played the shoemakers wife in a play when I was 10 and I grew … Read more

Pluktuin Workshop n°1 : no-dig market gardening

Pluktuin Sayuran is an agroecological no-dig market garden based within the pre-existing Pluktuin de Bosrand. It produces a wide variety of vegetables, fruit and edible flowers throughout the growing season, which you can harvest yourself during opening hours. Payment is by weight or piece, depending on the product, and there is no need for a … Read more

Publication YOUR LAND, MY LAND, OUR LAND by Nyéléni Food Sovereignty Movement

“Today the Nyéléni Food Sovereignty Movement in Europe and Central Asia (Nyéléni ECA) launches a practical tool to support and strengthen land struggles for small and medium-scale food producers and local communities. Land access issues, long since recognised in international and institutional spaces, are even more urgent in the current context: both due to the … Read more