AC21: GUERILLA GARDENING AND HOW TO HELP CITY TREES IN NEED
21 September from 19:00 to 21:00
Have you ever heard of Guerilla Gardening? “Gardening in the public space with or without permission” is possible in many forms: from secretly dropping some seeds or burying some bulbs, to creating a tiny garden around the street tree in front of your door, to setting up a community garden together with your neighbors – or any other opportunity you see for making your neighborhood nicer, greener, more biodiverse!
In this inspiration session – cooperation with EGEA Green – we want to equip you with ideas on how you could help green your neighborhood! We’ll start with a short introduction to Guerilla Gardening: What is it? How does it work? How can it contribute to more climate-resilient, biodiverse and liveable cities? What are the do’s and dont’s? How can guerilla gardening support city trees in need?
In the second half of the evening we want to open up the floor and share knowledge and experience with each other. Do you have any experience or skills already that can be helpful for (guerilla) gardening? Sign up for our open space to share your knowledge with follow-EGEAns! If you are new to (guerilla) gardening, learn from your experienced fellow EGEAns how to make seed bombs and plant cuttings, or whatever else they can share with you!
If you want to share a skill during the Open Space, register until September 17th via the button below.
For participating in the inspiration session, you don’t have to register, the link for the meeting will be made available on this page a few days prior to the session.