It is almost 100 years since cabinetmaker Thor Bjørklund from Lillehammer took out a patent for the cheese grater. The name "Spar" signaled a clear purpose: Cut the cheese neatly. Behind each planer are around 15 operations, and craft production continues in full swing to this day.read more
At Fagerdalen støl, you get real sederkost with more than 300 years of traditions. The seat has been in Anne-Lise Søndrol's family since 1702 and is located peacefully and beautifully with a view of the Hallingskarvet. Among other things, non-traveled food and white cheese are served and sold here - a specialty you can hardly find anywhere else.read more
Håøya is like a hidden oasis in the Oslofjord with Oscarsborg as its nearest neighbour. There is no electricity on the island and for many years the vegetation has been allowed to grow wild. For a time, deer and ticks ruled the uninhabited area. Since 2011, however, Helge Haugen's cashmere goats have made a real grazing effort to reclaim the unique cultural landscape.
Three years later, Håøya Naturverksted's adventurous history begins.