Utterly Resilient


While walking on Skovstrups arable fields and forest local farmers knowledge is shared. The growing of hedges and character of nature is described as utterly resilient. Like the dramatically poor people (Usselhusene means dwelling for beggars) living once in the outback of the edge of the Kame plateau. Their resilient character is shown in the name changing of their local dwelling from Usselhusene in Skovstrup in 1890, meaning clearings in the forest.

Feltscape Usselhusene, showing forest clearance (blue) and forest (brown) of 1816.

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