The first three days include workshops and excursions on nature images and perspectives, on landscape architecture and management, on community supported agriculture and agroecology, on community-initiated nature conservation and on the cultural history of the landscape. The evenings will provide creative workshops by several student organizations that allow students to experience wild perspectives on nature. The last two days we walk across a nature area close to Wageningen in the company of experts and view the terrestrial landscape from a nature perspective. Overnight we camp together and learn bushcraft skills. Students work in teams on a creative assignment based on their summer course experiences that will be presented and evaluated during a campfire session on the last evening. Lastly, students submit a reflection assignment in the subsequent week.
Open for BSc (2+) and MSc students of any program. See attached poster for more information.