The first Haystack marks the end of the Eco Nomadic School, a travelling class-room visiting and working on projects in four different European contexts: the rural town, the metropolitan suburban, a postcommunist and a postagricultural village.
Photo: Anne Marie from Ballykinlar and Gigi from Brezoi at R-urban, Paris
With presentations by
by Doina Petrescou on Odajas, rural commons and traditions of self-subsitenc (Brezoi, Rumania),
by Kim Trogal and Sam Brown on Food Commons and Incredible Edible (Todmorden, UK),
by Constantin Petcou about the current R-urban project in Colombe, Paris
and by Kathrin Böhm and Antje Schiffers from myvillages.org with a report from the Rural Women’s Economies workshop in Southern Germany.
There will be fresh Farm:Shop food (£7/person) and a pay bar afterwards.
Not to mention the Eco Nomadic School bar with spirits from across the network.
20 Dalston Lane
The nearest Overground is Dalston Kingsland.
Photo: Doina and Theodor during a walk through Brezoi