View of the valuable forest area in Messlingen planned to be felled by Stora Enso. Anåfjället (mountain) in the background. Ecotourism Companies Protest against Forest Destruction in Sweden December 6, 2017 – Stockholm, Sweden: In an open letter, 56 travel, ecotourism and guide companies demand that all remaining high conservation value forests in Sweden must […]
Now we are closed for this season – already preparing for the next. You can already book next years nature nights from may-september but we are also planning for some exciting retreat-news for the next year. It has been a fantastic year really, also thanks to all the wonderful and inspiring people we meet here at Urnatur. […]
Gabriele Kubo, German florist master, resident in Japan for many years, came to Urnatur during July 2017 as an artist in nature to create a “flower table” in the forest. To arrange flowers directly in nature has long been Gabriele’s dream. The ever-changing lights and shadows of the forest fascinated Gabriele. Therefore – instead of giving […]
Now at early spring in the end of march/beginning of april here in Östergötland it is time to gather birchsap. This has been done for centuries and here up in the North it was the first source for sugars, vitamins and minerals after the long winter. You can do this many ways, but the easiest […]
why not planning for a treetop wedding like Amy & Gustav ?!!
Photographed by Karin Linden, Lönnbacka Photographers (Lönnbackafotograferna) who captured the mood and the day. Below is a small selection of Karin’s pictures. Many more can be found here on their website. Just like Karin says: “Lönnbacka Photographers (and Urnaturs) philosophy so similar. Mindfulness. Nature. Harmony. Simplicity. Poetry. And forest. It is almost synonymous with Lönnbacka: […]
Welcome to our newest treehouse: Here you can stay with the family among the trees. It is called the squirrel nest. And if you are lucky you might see a squirrel up there.
How can art enhance Urnaturs message? We believe that art is one way of strenghten peoples experience of nature. Therefore we have been thinking of involving art and artists into our work. When we got in contact with Hannes Wingate everything fell into place. His thoughts about nests fitted like a glove into Urnaturs values. […]