Urban Agriculture in Scandinavia: Observations from 3 months of travel

So I wrote a blog piece that was published by the firm I interned for a brief period last summer in Copenhagen called TagTomat.

What’s especially interesting about TagTomat is that they are a for-profit company that operates on community building and open-source sharing (all non-profit seeming) ethics, and one of the reasons they have so quickly gained popularity and grown their company’s network is through their smart use of social media, which is how I ended up travelling throughout Scandinavia last summer meeting various groups in their network.  Check out my post here!


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