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25 November 2019

The Netherlands is about to face the challenges of preparing our landscape for a sustainable future. Researchers from various disciplines across the UG are conducting research into agriculture, nature and landscape. On behalf of the UG and Noorderlicht, Eddo Hartmann photographed a number of researchers that focus on this area. His exhibition ‘The Collective Landscape’ is on display until 5 January at the Natuurmuseum Fryslân in Leeuwarden. A small selection of his photos are displayed below.

Collective Landscape, © Eddo Hartmann, commissioned by UG and Noorderlicht for Imagining Science

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