Starting point at Almstraße 23
→ Sat, 30.10.
→ Sun, 31.10.
Biodiversity and hidden biotopes in the city, as well as the question how each person can easily do something against the loss of biodervisity, will be the subjects of this ecological walk. In about 90 minutes and two kilometers on an wheelchair accessible route, we ask ourselves the question: „What does biodiversity mean? Which animal species should we support on our buildings? Can we feed birds in the winter? What is a true wild flower meadow? Where do I get regional seeds for my garden? What is the difference between a honeybee and a wild bee?“ In addition, all questions that the participants may also ask, will be answered as well.
Sarah-Maria Hartmann, born in Krefeld, studied „Ecology and Environmentalism“ as a bachelor’s from 2012 to 2016 and realized quickly, that environmentalism was only possible with humans. Therefore she added a qualification as „Nature and Environment pedagogue“ to her studies. From 2017 to 2020 she specialized in a master’s degree in „Regional development and environmentalism“. Sice 2020 she’s been working as a research assistant for the Biologische Station Düren e.V. and brings environmentalism to the villages of the Eifel and Zülpicher Börde through evinromental education and lots of small actions.
With: Sarah-Maria Hartmann
The walk's route is wheelchair accessible