The Pomáz Lab regularly invites students from various schools. This time, children from a local elementary and secondary school visited the Pomáz Lab to get a glimpse into the work of archaeologists and other experts involved in the excavations, as well as to see how the biofarm operates. In addition to informing them about the practicalities of scholarly research, this visit provided an opportunity to teach the children about different tasks and jobs in traditional agriculture, some of which are virtually unknown to the younger generations but have the potential to revive sustainable and environment-friendly methods. A local blacksmith who still practices the traditional craft also presented his work and skills. Such visits encourage the next generation to actively take part in re-shaping and reusing what is already there, by combining ancient methods with present-day perspectives of sustainability and heritage protection.