2021

soilmates

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2021

@soil wide web

Soilmates is a collective of artists and artisans, of wild farmers, mindful chefs and conscious eaters, of activists and soil scientists.
The earth is a living organism where the fertile soil is essential to all life, both above and below the ground.
The aim is to restore the connection and to create a healthy food system from the soil up.
2 playgrounds: Soilmates In the Fields want to reconnect citizens with nature  x  Soilmates In the City want to raise questions how people relate to the bare ground under their feet.
The soil is given a voice through art, crafts and culinary experiences. With all six senses wide open each person is invited to step into the unexpected of the hidden half of nature.

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The number of people per event and performance will be limited in order to respect to the current situation of COVID-19. The event’s design takes into account all appropriate hygiene requirements and social distancing rules. Due to the nature of the event, we are unable to cater for any special dietary requirements. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Please be aware that this event may be filmed and photographed.
Please note that your e-ticket is not reimbursable unless federal COVID measures will inform us otherwise.

about

This very special gathering is a collaborative project between SOILMATES, the collective movement initiated by Caroline Baerten and Nicolas Decloedt (Humus & Hortense), Dries Delanote (Le Monde des Mille Couleurs) and creative designer Alexandra Swenden (Swenden Studio). Together with our soilmates chefs, regenerative farmers, artists, artisans, eco-warriors and food experts we look forward welcoming you.

 

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SOILMATES are people willing to think holistically about the food system. Their aim is to create a paradigm shift in which the living earth becomes the center of the culinary experience, rather than the chef and the farmer. By choosing a regenerative farming system and ensuring healthy soil, we – and future generations – will be able to continue to enjoy this bountiful array of delicious and flavorful foods.

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