Monthly Archives: November 2013

Research on urban food trees is popping up!

LUMES graduate Kyle Clark and LUCSUS researcher Kimberly Nicholas have recently coined the term urban food forestry in their newly published paper. According to them, urban food forestry comprises everything around food-producing tree species in a city. It thus includes … Continue reading

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SLU want to develop the urban trees!

On Wednesday this week, Fruktsam joined a workshop in Hässleholm about urban trees, organised by SLU’s think tank Movium to learn about urban trees and to find out how much scientists and municipalities take fruit trees into account. Speakers Johan … Continue reading

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Final call…

As a final call to help you find the edibles around Lund we have temporarily changed the markers in the map for the places we know that there are still fruits to be picked. We have marked them with a … Continue reading

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