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Picnic#2 FORAGING IN MAASTRICHT

Picnic#2 FORAGING IN MAASTRICHT

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In behavioral ecology, foraging is the process by which animals search for food sources in their natural environment. The ability to forage successfully is essential to an animal's well-being, as it directly affects its ability to survive and reproduce. However, have you ever considered that foraging could have political implications? Indeed, foraging has a lot to do with the right and legitimacy of plant use, land use and freedom of movement. 

Foraging in Palestine, for example, is vulnerable to the severe effects of the occupation of the land, its fragmentation, its system of segregation, the separation wall, military checkpoints, rampaging settlers and their fenced settlements, soldiers, and the ongoing endless construction of infrastructure and road mapping.

Join the foraging picnic with the Jan van Eyck Academie alumni Asako Iwama and Alaa Abu Asad. They will share their knowledge of harvesting wild edible plants and demonstrate the autonomy of foraging. You will also taste and experience the wild flavor of Maastricht. 

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