Grome Harvest

Our Partners

From urban gardening collectives to permaculture foundations, nutrition & business coaches to psychologists and health experts.

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We collaborate with:



Minitopia - Urban adventure place of self-efficacy

Minitopia is an oasis of sustainable development and a place for innovative learning in the south of Hamburg. Following the guidelines of permaculture and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, educational projects are developed and implemented around the socio-economic and emancipatory transformation of the urban society. Producing food together opens up spaces for new ways of thinking, empathy & teamwork.

Minitopia aims to empower people to recognize their own potential and contribute to their local environment. An elementary component is the recognition of creative possibilities beyond simply following patterns of "How?" and "What?"


Bonnekamphöhe - Permaculture Biotope for local food

The permaculture garden in Essen shows that a sustainable agricultural turnaround is possible from below, from civil society. The broad-based turnaround towards an ecological food culture is a top priority for our partner.
According to the motto sustainable and cooperative living and working, instead of destructive agriculture, the Bonnekamphöhe project promotes biodiversity and makes ecological alternatives tangible. The operators offer workshops and guided tours on these topics.


Prinzessinnengarten - The green oasis in Berlin’s south

The collective wants to promote shared learning and environmental education and provide an opportunity for open exchange where everyone can participate. This meeting in the green aims to broaden people's personal and sustainable horizons.


Rote Rübe - The buzzing and diverse community garden

The goal is to establish with the project Rote Rübe a place for social exchange under the aspect of diverse food production in self-responsibility in urban areas. True to the motto: People meet nature - community meets individuality.
Of course, this also involves communication and cooperation with people of different ages, education and skills, as well as stress reduction and grounding. In this way, people learn to understand the interrelationships in nature collectively .


Elisabeet - Recreation & adventure garden

The goal of ElisaBeet is to bring together social and environmental issues. It advocates for the preservation and revitalization of green open spaces in the city and for more equity in terms of access to environmental education and good food. In this way, sustainable urban food production, nature conservation, environmental education and neighborly encounters should be able to be combined.
The ElisaBeet collective offers open hands-on days gardening together to raise awareness of growing local food and conservation in the city among people in the neighbourhood.


Café Botanico - Permacultural gem in the middle of Neukölln

In the certified organic permaculture garden in Berlin-Neukölln, the given natural resources are used and only minimal interventions are made in order to sustainably maintain the garden's balance. On a total of 1000 square meters, old varieties of vegetables, fruit and wild herbs are cultivated there in close-to-nature cultivation according to the permaculture model.
The aim of the garden project is to help shape the transition to a more sustainable society. In doing so, it is important to the collective not to overwhelm fellow human beings with high demands and expectations, but to convince them with fair and ecological experience and enjoyment.


GEBAG - Urban transformation as a mosaic

The previous gardens primarily serve to give the residents of our facilities a greater identification with their neighborhood and to promote neighborly exchange. Through gardening, cultural boundaries can be crossed and preferences learned about, habitats are created for people and insects, and it helps combat alienation in the city.
Our goals are, of course, primarily urban planning ones. We would like to promote a positive, public image of the city of Duisburg and promote mosaic-style projects for the common good that bring nature into the city in the long term. In this way, people, and especially children, are shown at their doorstep in a very low-threshold way how, for example, food production can function.


mental health

Linda Leinweber

"For the past six years, I've been focusing on prevention - helping people build their mental strength early so that their mental health is permanently stable. Why wait until the disease is here? You can do so much for your well-being early on - I want to show you how. Because health is the highest asset you have.
In my workshops the participants learn to reduce stress, to integrate mindfulness into their everyday life and to use positive thinking for their motivation and mental health. Resilience - the resilience of your mind - is also a core topic of my workshops. Resilient behavior can be learned."


rheinmind: Charlotte Kreft & Katja Reimann

In complex change processes, different expectations collide - both inside and outside of us. This often creates a feeling of being driven, we pedal on the spot and do not get into a purposeful movement.Exactly at this point we are there for you. We support you in finding the courage to swim free, to set your inner anchor and to align yourself with it again and again. To help you navigate change successfully, we show you how to cultivate an effective inner attitude with mindfulness exercises to manage stress and increase resilience. Because mindfulness can be learned and integrated into your everyday life. In this way, you will start a conscious movement towards a common goal.


Marion Willems

"The goal of my work is to accompany people and organizations in transformation processes. In my role as a consultant, I see myself as a process facilitator with methodological competence; as a coach and mediator, I see myself as an impulse giver who gives people the space they need.
I would like to contribute to making society a little bit better by trying to exemplify appreciation, respect and good togetherness."


Andreas Holling

"We are part of nature and the human family - we should always be aware of that. We live and learn from it, we look for our place and grow when we integrate it. Interaction takes place not only on the cognitive level, but needs physical-sensual as well as emotional immediate experience"


Isolde Bäcker - Münster

"The philosophy behind my project is to become your own body architect and learn self-determined health No gray theory, but lived practice. Health is simple, easy to learn and fun - just keep three things in mind: Nutrition - Environmental factors - Micronutrients"


Kunterbuntess & erleben

Antonia Treeck - Hamburg

"I design interactive cooking booths, food stalls and workshop formats where the hungry and interested can learn about regionality, seasonality, food waste, vegetable processing and political diets in a fun way. I want to encourage participants to see themselves as part of the network that connects you to everything that was, is, and will be.
When we begin to perceive everything around us as alive, a great community opens up of which we are and may be a part. We can gratefully accept the abundance of the world as a gift, and see ourselves as part of this abundance. We can feel at home everywhere and connect with everything that surrounds us."

Praxis Essgenuss

Andrea Stallmann

"Health and enjoyment do not have to be opposites.
Healthy food tastes good and is easy to implement in everyday life. A healthy lifestyle is fun!"

Food knowledge galore

Dennis Gasper - Duisburg

"The philosophy behind my project is to counter industrialized cuisine with an alternative and to get as many people as possible excited about fresh, healthy cooking.
I aim at raising awareness and enthusiasm for the topic of sustainable and healthy cuisine. My goal: to promote one's own health and protect the planet through conscious, responsible consumption ("there is no planet B")."


Elias Eckel

"With beautiful experiences and physical activity, experiences can be converted into knowledge and routine much more easily than with Powerpoint lectures and the morally raised index finger. With this attitude I would like to bring my participants closer to the connections between a healthy environment, a healthy diet and the role of humans in nature. Experience nature and having fun with food, closeness to the producers and in the middle of nature: This is how you shape the environmentally conscious consumer of tomorrow and also have fun and taste on the tongue!"

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