Presented by the Natural History Museum Aarhus and Aarhus Municipality
Every day from Monday July 10 until Sunday July 31 “The Mobile Beach Cooks” will visit a public beach near Aarhus. “Rethink Urban Habitats” and “Smag på Aarhus” projects under the Natural History Museum of Aarhus and the Municipality of Aarhus offers edible nature experiences in the shallows.
The Rolling Beach Cooks will tour to the beaches from Skæring Strandpark in the north to Moesgaard in the south. With among other nets and cooking equipment you can help to find and prepare the edible beach commodities.
During Mondays and Fridays the beach cooks will be present at Skæring Strandpark, Tuesdays and Saturdays at The Garden Pavilion at Helnan Marselis Hotel, Wednesdays at the beach at “Den Permanente” and Thursdays and Sundays at Moesgaard beach. Every day on site between 10 am and 3 pm.
About Rethink Urban Habitats
The city is not just a habitat for human beings, it is also a place to share with all the other amazing species that inhabit our part of the world: animals that Denmark, the UN, and the EU have committed themselves to halt the decline of by 2020.
Rethink Urban Habitats activates the city as a habitat and living place. Animals and plants lack space to exist in Denmark, but we can give them new places for dwelling within the city limits! Not at the expense of people, but for the joy and benefit of people. That is what makes all the difference. Inside the city, nature does not need to take room away from humans. Nature provides both space and gives pleasure and quality of life, whether it is the old oak trees in the park, the blooming ivy, the crackling black redstart or wild bees in the flower bed. Urban Habitats grows the city for the future full of nature and wonder.