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Citizen gardening of public areas

What would happen if ...

What about if citizens occupied public green spaces (and took care of them)?  Could Nature help to decorate the city?

Tomatoes would replace geraniums in municipal planters, mini gardens would appear on sidewalks and in public parks. These plants, fruits and vegetables would be a common good ...

It is possible, you will find out how! And maybe you'll be inspired by these pioneers in our big cities.

Competences: 
Communication and Management
Scientific Knowledge
Digital Competences
Social and Civic Competences
Creativity and Handycraft
Topics: 
Active Participation and Citizenship
Education for Sustainable Development
Gardening Techniques
Intergenerational Dialogue
Target Groups: 
Children (3-11 years old)
Youngsters (12-25 years old)
Adults
Elderly
Disabled
Migrants
Unemployed

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Pistes Solidaires

1 rue Richelieu, 64000
PAU, France
T: (0033) (0) 9 81 09 69 83
www.pistes-solidaires.fr

Nexes Interculturals de Joves per Europa

C/Josep Anselm Clave, 6, 1-1
08001 Barcelona, Spain
T: +34 93 442 71 67
www.nexescat.org

CEMEA del Mezzogiorno

Via Fortebraccio, 1a
00176 ROMA, ITALY
T: +39 06 45492629
www.cemea.eu

Inwole

Rudolf Breitscheid Straße 164,
14482 Potsdam, Land Brandenburg, Deutschland
T: +49 (0) 331 70 44 27 10
http://foerderverein-inwole.de

KC English

The Manse, Garrett Street, Cawsand,
Cornwall, PL10 1PD, United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 1752 822 444
www.kcenglish.co.uk

Réseau des Jardins Solidaires Méditerranéens

4, cours de la République, 13350 CHARLEVAL, France
T: +33 (0) 9 63 24 55 57
www.reseaujsm.org