The scientific advisory council
The council's task is to be an advisory body to the foundation's board in matters concerning the fulfillment of the foundation's purpose. The scientific advisory council evaluates all applications and reviews the projects.
Ann-Marie has a PhD in plant cultivation and works with research, teaching and advice on plant cultivation; mainly weed biology, organic production and biological diversity in the agricultural landscape. Over the years, she has worked at SLU, Hushållningssällskapet, Hedmark University, the Swedish Board of Agriculture and at the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation. Among other things, she has been a member of the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency's Scientific Council for Biological Diversity 1994-2021.
Hubertus has worked for many years as an IT project manager but has for the last few years been focusing on the Ekhaga Foundation and his own business. Hubertus is a graduate in economics and the grandson of the foundation's founder.