1. The urban farms
Urban farms continue to flourish throughout the city, giving residents the chance to green their fingers, support community initiatives and encourage biodiversity across the Danish capital.
Take Øens Have: an urban farm and restaurant where locals can grow or buy produce, eat at communal dining events, learn about organic agriculture and even attend yoga classes.
Or Byhaven2200: a volunteer-run garden project in Nørrebro that’s open to anyone. The raised vegetable beds and herb gardens fringe a large, communal table where Copenhageners are able to enjoy the season’s harvest together.
And it’s not just vegetables being farmed in the city: Havhøst grows regenerative crops like seaweed in Copenhagen’s harbours. These absorb nutrients from the sea, bind CO2 and create new underwater habitats for even more marine life.