Berlin is a city known for its dynamic history, culture, music, and art. But in the last decade, it’s also become an international “capital” of urban gardening.
Join EF and our partners at Farmlyplace in Berlin for a special Earth Day session that explores this amazing city and its ecosystem of local food actors — from community gardens to hydroponic farming, and community-supported agriculture to popular food and produce markets. Farmlyplace is helping shape Berlin to become a more resilient and inspiring place for urban food production — something we can all learn today for a better tomorrow.
Loved your virtual visit to Farmlyplace and want to learn more? Check out Farmlyplace.com for ideas on how to contribute to your local food system, wherever you are! You’ll also find information on upcoming virtual events and real-life projects that contribute to a better, greener Berlin.
Plus, explore the concept of ecosystem mapping from Samie’s presentation at Farmlyplace, and learn how to grow your own organic food kits with the Micro Farmers.
Want more resources to bring Earth Day into your classroom? EarthDay.org has a number of free toolkits you can use to explore different themes with your students.
Topic: Student Story