The house where the students will meet for regular studies using web-based, off-the-grid communications solutions and in-person training is itself located on a fertile piece of land of around 1300 m². This will now be the community's first-of-a-kind laboratory to learn and teach more about conventional- and modern farming. It will be both practical and theoretical training. The adjacent picture will need to look decidedly different a year's time from now.
This model advocates for true freedom and flexibility in vocational training in the HAARLEM community where their own land becomes an asset to convert into produce for local and regional markets.
The young students will over the next months sharpen their research skills as they work through Frank Sesno's book, Ask More.