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LOVESOIL LEARNING LAB is a platform for learning, action, communication and media hosted by Jordens Skole.


The platform is an open call to share your love for the soil, plants, planet and people. It ​is waiting for you to tell your stories through blogs, documentaries, videos, podcasts etc.

  Please send us your idea and we will do our best to help you realize it, give you professional feedback, publish it on this platform and through our popular newsletter.  We can't wait for you to be the next blogger or podcast storyteller.


Find English speaking talks and podcasts below. 

We also arrange study-tours, podcast- and documentary masterclasses and we connect people in local COMMUNITY GARDEN GROUPS as a new hobby for adults. 

 We look forward to be learning with you!

Helle Solvang




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Cecil Rye Olsen opens the gate to her garden at the island of Samsø, Denmark. “Since I was a child, I have had a love affair with plants”, she laughs and showers a blossoming tree with compliments. As she moves around amongst edible plants and flowers you sense her intimate relation with Nature.

She found her life’s purpose in creating this garden with all its beauty, diversity and the best possible conditions for all living beings and sharing her space with plants, insects, birds, worms, people. A space where we can connect to our deeper selves and be in a life-affirming dialogue with everything around us. Becoming more synchronized with the ebb and flow of

living in and with Nature.

“I created the garden, but the garden also created me"

.. she says. Once in a while she opens up this peaceful place for retreats and year-long courses in spiritual and practical permaculture. 

In this podcast she is in conversation with Helle Solvang and together they open up the roadmap to natural power of all four seasons. 
The podcast episode 1 'Autumn' will be out in October.


Listen to a sneak peek HERE



We talk too little about how much nutrition there is in the crops we eat. And why the level of nutritional value is declining. And since we humans find it hard to believe anything and take it seriously before we have data and scientific proof, it is super exciting to follow American Dan Kittredge these years. He is a farmer and is the leader of an organic association in New England and founder of the Bionutrient Food Association, which works to improve the quality of
food. He does not spray with pesticides, he does not plow and he does not weed either! How is that possible?

Dan Kittredge recently visited Denmark where Lovesoil editor Helle Solvang recorded this.
His three-hour (hardcore) presentation is only roughly edited and is followed by reflections and reactions from some of the participants, as well as a short interview in which he is asked how it is possible, that he hardly spends any time weeding his vegetables.  
The seminar was organized by the Danish Association of Regenerative Agriculture. Introduction by student Kirstine Frida Rysbjerg.



The creators of the podcast 'Into the land' are food, soil and Earth enthusiasts and they share their passion in dialogue with farmers and specialists.​ 

In the first episode we visit a 'state-of-the-art' regenerative farm collective 'Farendloese Moster' in Denmark where we meet co-owner Sandra Willumsen who learned how to run a sustainable production with the help of Youtube videos! Because within the established educational system there are no courses that can
teach young people the many skills needed on a farm like this.

They also touch upon the future of farming in Denmark where we produce large amounts of food for pigs which then are exported overseas. As Sandra says in the podcast:

“Export the knowledge, not the meat”!​

The podcast "Into the land" tells stories about the land, its cultivators and cultivation practices. It reflects upon the European agriculture system now and in the future, through the voices of young farmers, activists and lovers of the land. By listening to their stories we want to share the infinite possibilities of sustainable
land cultivation and share their view of our food production system.

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