Stadt Macht Satt – Berlin’s grass roots initiative

Stadt macht satt (“Harvest the city”) is an initiative in Berlin that tries to answer the questions: “How can we use food resources in the city more efficiently? How can urban gardening bring food production closer to the people that are physically and mentally separated from nature?” Anja Fiedler, founder of Stadt macht satt, offers strategies and practical solutions to these questions. As an expert in sustainable development education, she provides know-how on urban gardening, and where fruits and vegetables can be harvested for free. Over several workshops, she shows how something tasty can be produced from food that would otherwise have been wasted. Practical construction manuals on miniature gardens can be downloaded from the website, along with links and information.

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Improvement of the local environment
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Berlin