On June 22nd, we deepened our understanding of access to land initiatives, identified challenges faced by such initiatives, explored their role in commoning and managing the commons, and examined their connection to large-scale landscape restoration efforts.
Liesbeth Soer shared insights about Aardpeer from the Netherlands
Thomas Kliemt shared insights about Kulturland Genossenschaft from Germany
Sjoerd Wartena presented Terre de Liens
Lastly, Natasha Hulst, a researcher at the Schumacher Institute specializing in international and national collaboration for community land trusts and other models of community ownership, provided a critical reflection on the discussed topics.