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The land is temporarily closed for human visitors during this winter-sleep phase. Stay up to date for the re-opening and gatherings via the newsletter.
Land-Ally is a participatory nature reserve that revolves around communal care.
Everyone can sign up for care gatherings.
In groups of 1 to 7 pers, the human takes on the role of a land-ally to collaborate with plants, animals, and the land itself to restore balance on the land.
- Sat, Oct 29Land-Ally landYou can join this intimate mini workshop by braiding a small part of the wool-fence, by contributing you participate in the creation of the Land-Ally document. Time slots take between 15 to 60 minutes depending on your own feelings.
- Sat, Oct 22Land-Ally landYou can join this intimate mini workshop by braiding a small part of the wool-fence, by contributing you participate in the creation of the Land-Ally document. Time slots take between 15 to 60 minutes depending on your own feelings.
- Fri, Oct 07NDSM-TreehouseWe start the second iteration of Land-Ally through community building: Can we create a common space for interspecies gathering in Amsterdam Noord? The workshop is the starting point of creating a nature site where humans and non-humans can connect and collaborate on common ground.
- Sun, Sep 11Land-Ally landHarvesting the dockweed ( zuring ) plant, placing the leaves in a glass solar dying vessel, and sowing seeds in the space left after offering the plant in order to diversify the land community.
- Mon, Sep 05Land-Ally landThe sheep will be on the land between Monday 29/08 till Sat 03/09 You can come on the the field, in silence, and sit down near them, observe them be, eat, sleep, breathe, for as long or short as you wish. See it as an awareness meditation, or mindfulness training, in which you try to simply be.
- Sun, Aug 28Land-Ally landJan will teach us how to use the scythe: an old tool for cutting grass, without noise or electricity. We will practice by cutting the grass in the circle around the willow. After the walk-in, we will briefly reflect on the role of humans in the landscape, and the role of the scythe as a tool.
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