The people behind the Maritime Gardens are passionate about urban, community based aquaculture. They aim to strenghten the link between production and consumption, land and sea, nature and city.
On this trip we visit their base in the inner harbour of Copenhagen where they have a small blue farm and experiment with production of oysters, mussels and seaweed.
The events takes place under open sky at the Wave Farm (Bølgemarken), where we see and hear how they work, why they do it and how it all began.
You receive hands on experience with urban aquaculture at the Wave Farm.
You will be shown the gear they use, while they also explain about the local ecosystems and guide us through the basics of life as a sea farmer.
You might get a little wet but luckily the storytelling is accompanied by a nice warm mussel dish prepared by one of the skilled chefs, with a glass of natural wine to go with it.
The event is from 17-19 pm
We meet at Kalvebod Bølge (container nr. 7+8), 1560 København V
Only a limited number of tickets available!
You can buy a combination ticket and also attend the talk about sea gardens on the 7th of June at Havnekulturkontoret, Nordhavn
Trip incl. dish and wine
COMBI TICKET includes talk about Maritime Gardens the 7th on June