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Resources and hiking news

Sketching up local eating ideas

Thoughts about eating local food while hiking to create better relationships between hikers and locals

Old factory blocking the sun of tomorrow

Giving up the outdated solutions of yesterday for a smarter tomorrow

Don’t let the outdated solutions of yesterday block the sustainable technology of tomorrow

Can hiking solve global problems?

When you walk, you can only carry a little, and only take one step at the time – just those two things can really make a great difference to anybody’s understanding, after a few days

hiker and farmer talking food along a trail

Combining hiking with local eating

Connecting people to the land, sketches from a food fair. Relating through eating is very special and without words

Man walking with a clock on his back
Drawing of a scale with nature, us and Earth on one side and money on the other

Estimating the value of Earth

The problem of how money, as a measure of everything, ends up defining everything

Drawing of people fishing in a river of money illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Hiking past a river of money

Cash flow out in the landscapes of understanding

Drawing of a truck with a very long straw stopping by a small well

The flawed logic of the longest straw

When short term solutions destroy long term benefits

Drawing of people with heads as calculators
farmer with wheelbarrow with sprout meets banker with wheelbarrow with money
Woman picking fruit from a tree

Fodie hiker

Drawing: taste the landscapes to relate better to the land

drawing of the press, politician, business and science sitting at a bar wondering what went wrong

Civilization hangover

Time to close the bar and start walking…

drawing a trail teacher learning kids about edible plants
Drawing of a soup kitchen man with a pot full of money redistributing wealth

Could you get paid to walk?

Are the benefits of walking so many that society would be better off, compensating people who chose to live their life on foot?

Drawing of hikers picking wild fruit and food

Wild food and hiking

Learning from the Food is Free movement

Drawing of leaves around Earth in space

Growing wild food along the hiking trails

Helping biodiversity, locals and hikers at the same time by making the trails edible