Running on its second year, Kalø Organic Agricultural College’s Global Organic Farmer programme is attracting students of a wide range of backgrounds, ages and nationalities. The course is taught in English and open to all European citizens. Many do not have a traditional background in farming but are, like Vang, attracted to the course’s comprehensive programme, which covers all aspects of organic farming including sustainability, innovation, product and concept development, and sales. “It’s a very different agricultural education. It’s aimed at creating farmers who not only produce but also market their own products, and I think that’s very important to our agricultural industry,” says Vang and adds: “At the moment, the contact between the city and the farmland is poor.