Organisational unit: Museum
The Danish Agricultural Museum is the statal and national museum of agriculture In Denmark, promoting rural culture and the downstream industries of agriculture as well as the cultural history of the meal. Furthermore our museum is the only statesubsidized historical museum based outside the Copenhagen area.
The museum engages in research of cabbage/root vegetables, cherries and onion/leeks. The most recent project deals with utility plants and the usage of herbs in Danish food culture.
The Danish Agricultural Museum has in cooperation with Food Organisation Denmark initiated the project: The Pantry of Region Østjylland, a two-year project funded by the food venture of Region Midtjylland , as part of “Green Growth” with contributions from the municipalities of eastern Jutland. The museum is also documenting “The Karoline Girls”, the former Danish international ambassadors of Danish dairy products, a project supported by the Danish Dairy corporation ARLA .