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Projects

Landscape Futures consists of 13 concrete plan projects in the Danish cultural landscape. These projects, 11 of which are owned by each municipality and two are owned by the Danish Hunters' Association, represent the research program "experimentarium".

  • Future landscapes at North Bornholm Bornholms Regionskommune

    Comprehensive plan for the landscapes of Nordbornholm

  • Visions of the open land and villages Frederikssund Municipality

    Development of visions and strategies for the southern Hornsherred

  • The new manorial landscape
    - focus on wind energy

    Guldborgsund Municipality
    Wind energy and multifunctional manorial landscapes
  • The landscape in the municipal planning

    Jammerbugt Municipality

    Landscape characters as a basis for planning in the countryside

  • Future landscape around the
    Fehmern Belt Tunnel

    Lolland Municipality
    The landscape as a basis for sustainable development
  • The landscape of Nordmors

    Morsø Municipality

    Strengthening the villages and landscapes as  places for living and visit

  • Elmelund forest

    Odense Municipality

    Development of a public forest near Odense by alternative design and citizen involvement

  • Nature management in the Community

    Odsherred Municipality

    Landscape management as an alternative type of farming. Local nature and recreational planning

  • Future lake landscape in Ringsted

    Ringsted Municipality

    Development of a master plan for two lakes



  • The landscape at the Limfjord:  The future for North Fjends, Skive Municipality

    A comprehensive plan for the area of Fjends with the focus of the closeness to the fjord and agriculture as assets

  • Viborg Natur Park
    Viborg Municipality
    Establishment of a nature park close to the urban area Viborg.  Focus on branding, urban recreation and nature

  • Two projects: Wildlife management and landscape

    The Danish Hunters’ Association

    Focus on collective landscape improvements and nature and wildlife