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Since the advent of the new Millennium, Urban Agriculture has become an important tool for the sustainable planning of cities, thus helping to combat the growing global challenges of urbanization and declining resources. However, it is often forgotten that Urban Agriculture is not a new field, but one with a long established history and tradition. Despite this, in many parts of the World, valuable agricultural heritage is still being neglected and even destroyed, especially in emerging and developing countries.
This is the starting point for the Herrenhausen Conference Urban Agricultural Heritage. It will deliver the first global survey of projects and initiatives dealing with traditional forms of food production in cities. Experts from science, international organizations and civil society will approach the Conference’s theme from different perspectives to create a better understanding and academic awareness of the agricultural heritage of cities. Based upon this, the Conference will look ahead and elaborate new approaches for management and research in the field of global urban agriculture.
The German Archaeological Institute and the KulturGutRetter-Project supports the preservation and conservation of the archaeological collection at the National Museum in Khartoum with the establishment of an inorganic conservation lab...
from 6. September 2021 to 10. September 2021 Moved Online Post The call for applications for the next online course (6-10 September) “Cultural Heritage documentation using Qfield”, coordinated by the...
Enrol in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) of i.DAI.tutorials and learn about “Instruction for the archaeological drawing of ceramic sherds” in your own time and free of charge in...
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