|Subject:||Natural science, Music/Art|
|Age:||10 – 14|
|Procedure:||No specialist needed|
Why is urban greenspace important, and what can we do to make our city greener? These two questions are the focus of a workshop that uses the school environment as its site. At the end, the students become urban gardeners and sow seed balls, plant herbs, and beautify their schoolgrounds with moss graffiti.
The workshop teaches kids and youth about the different types and uses of urban greenspace and challenges them to make their own contribution toward the greening of the city.
This project was developed by: Sabine Gstöttner and made possible by: Stadtplanung Wien (MA18, Ma19, Ma21A).
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