Here is my story about Green Health - Gitte
Each member of the board has a personal background for their commitment
On a daily basis, I am working on a master's degree in social interventions at Roskilde University. Through my education, I gain knowledge about how we create sustainable and meaningful changes in people's lives. Here it is obvious to me to include nature as a framework for those changes. In fact, one can say that the plan and vision behind the Forum for Green Health is a major social intervention that focuses on the relationship between man and nature! - And in the process, I want to share my knowledge of social interventions so that more people can enjoy nature, just like I have had all my life.
Already as a child, nature was a big part of my daily life. My father Troels Lyndelse and my mother chose to open their own nature kindergarten, so that both my brother and I - and other children - could enjoy forest and land, animals and water. Since then, my family and I moved to the Maribosøerne Nature Park, where I grew up with all the animals I dreamed of as a child. Through life in the countryside with our animals, a farm shop and the wild nature, I felt how valuable it is to be something for others - people, animals and plants.