Waldgarten­projekt – Food Forest Project

Forest gardens and complex agroforestry systems

The forest garden project is an initiative in the association Sarsarale e.V. .
We are engaged in the propagation of the idea of food forests (complex agroforest systems) and the establishment of exemplary forest gardens.
Information about the association at www.SarSarAle.org

An exemplary food forest that we are currently developing in Germany is the Waldgartenpilot in Rehfelde. Visit its website for more information!

The concept for the implementation of food forests as a form of agricultural use in Germany is currently being drafted with the support of the Brandenburg MLUK (Ministry of Agriculture, Environmental Protection and Climate Protection). Information about this can be found at www.Waldgartenkonzept.de.

To make food forests better known, we are creating a food forest directory with a database-supported map.
Active food forest projects and forest gardeners can register here.

On 22-24.9.2023 the networking meeting for food foresters and food forest projects will take place online. Registration and info also at www.waldgartenkongress.de

The German-speaking Food Forest and Agroforst Congress in March 2024 will offer a variety of lectures, workshops and presentations by renowned experts who will share their expertise and demonstrate innovative solutions for sustainable agriculture.
The Food Forest and Agroforst Congress is aimed at a broad target group, including professionals from agriculture, horticulture, environmental protection, educational institutions and NGOs.
Politicians, decision-makers, researchers and private individuals are also invited to expand their knowledge and participate in this event.

Contribute to the sustainability of our environment. Register today for the 2024 Food Forest and Agroforst Congress at www.waldgartenkongress.de.

Together we are creating a thriving future!

For information on all forest garden-related content areas, visit our pages of videos, science papers, and educational materials on forest gardens.

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