How can it be easier to cultivate in the city?

Today, it is possible to grow on allotments, but unfortunately there are both fees and long queuing times if you are interested in starting to grow. Unfortunately, the long period of time can cause many to lose interest.
In some places there are growing boxes that you can get within a year, but unfortunately these are placed in public, which leads to them being looted.
- How could the city offer simple ways for its citizens to get started with urban cultivation and ensure that their cultivations are not looted?

How can it be easier to stadsodla?

Today, there is the opportunity to grow on colonial lotteries, but unfortunately it is both fees and long queues if you are interested in starting to grow. Unfortunately, the long period of time can cause many to lose interest.
There are in some places cultivation boxes that you can get within one year, but unfortunately these are placed publicly, which leads to them being looted.
- How could the city offer simple ways for its citizens to get started with urban cultivation and ensure that their crops are not looted?

Hur kan det bli lättare att stadsodla?

Idag så finns det möjlighet att odla på kolonilotter, men tyvärr är det både avgifter och långa kötider om man är intresserad av att börja odla. Tyvärr kan den långa tidsperioden göra att många tappar intresset.
Det finns på vissa ställen odlingslådor som man kan få inom ett år, men tyvärr är dessa placerade publikt, som leder till att de blir plundrade.
- Hur skulle staden kunna erbjuda enkla sätt för sina medborgare att komma igång med stadsodling och se till att deras odlingar inte blir plundrade?





Collection of ideas

Grow on the roofs

In view of the contribution and facilitate exploitation of the ceilings in the inner city to create additional arable area.

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Innergårdsfonden

The city could start a Fund for the housing association or building owners set up all Stockholm courtyards and allows at grow there. You could create a map where you can see the courtyards which has plantations and join the coalition in order to enter and grow in a courtyard while you do not live in the House. A bit like DriveNow or Car2Go works. To share their courtyard to others who would take care of it.

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Grow in part of villa garden

There are city near villa gardens that are forgotten, neglected or have any unused portion. Let someone who longs to cultivate borrow or rent on the part of a villa garden. The garden becomes more enjoyable to stay in and the apartment owner gets a place to grow on.

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When the grandfather was young

With the local cultural heritage and library educators, students create the story of people who once lived in places that currently have other activities.

By students compare stories from the past with present-day society technological development can be experienced and social change are discussed. If several school classes are working on similar technology development, urban and rural areas can be compared and discussed for teaching.

Students from various schools based textbook together based on local stories that they have found/created in dialogue m file educators

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Municipal housing companies

The municipal housing companies could do mailings with the ability to grow in a pallet sleeve on their courtyards.

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Verticals in large and small

Take advantage of verticals but that make street sweeping mm. Raised growing pot on pole and downspouts for climbers, such as Scarlet runner. Green curtain of tex Virginia Creeper (the picture shows a rather large curtain) or fences grape that gives good micro-climate, sound attenuation and shadow. Urban farming is necessary not just for the food. We need water for farming in the city-arrange water records in summer.

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Farming day

Add farming subject to school curriculum. Make a public gardening day and provide benefits to community who work in community gardening. They could be a common area where a circle of people grow daily use vegetable and herbs which can be protected through green house and take and care by people or they can hire help.

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