We strengthen nature as a space for reflection and change the way we meet and think about it
Jutland is known for its coastal tourism to the West and the citylife to the East with several large art- and cultural institutions. This, in many ways, leaves the nature surrounding the moor and streams between Herning and Billund as a culturally unexplored area. We want Deep Forest Art Land to be an invitation to explore this unknown land. We faciliate a new meeting with the nature of Middle and Central Jutland.
Deep Forest Art Land consists of a unique combination of landscapes, which all help unleash senses and imagination. Some parts reflect years of farming and forestry, others have been left undisturbed with trees and bushes growing wildly. The area unfolds by a hill island and river valley, shaped by meltwater from the ice age. This results in a characteristic appearance and a great diversity among plant- and animal life. Furthermore, you will meet landscapes such as hardwood forest, softwood forests, streams, brushwood, moorland, heath and meadows. From the top of Døvling Hill Island, you will also have a unique opportunity to gaze out at the flat Western Jutlandic landscape from a raised position.
We are always working on clarifying and developing the quality of nature already present in the are. We strengthen nature as a space for reflection and change the way we meet and think about it. Most recently, we have received a donation from the June 15th Foundation to further work on increasing and expanding on the nature aspect.