Last week, I visited the "Vi odlar" ("we grow!") garden in Lund, to get a tour of the beehive started as a LUMES "Making Change Happen" project by Dora Adams, Christoph Aberle, and Shrina Kurani.
Several LUMES students have been involved in getting salvaged materials (including the repurposed bathtub/veggie planters shown here) and working in the garden, which is a community meeting space and youth project supported through Lund Municipality and other organizations, co-organized by LUMES alum Teresa Rauscher.
A local artist has built the tornado sculpture behind us, envisioned as an interactive monument to consumerism (people can come by and add items they no longer need.)
The garden is open this summer for visitors to drop-in to learn more about urban gardening and beekeeping- stop by on Wednesdays from 17:00-19:00 at Stenkrossen, Kastanjegatan 13, Lund.