Farmlyplace’s “Food in the City” meetup continues – virtually until further notice – every last Wednesday of the month!
For the month of May we will be exploring the long-standing tradition of urban gardening by talking with avid Balcony & Rooftop gardeners around Berlin. What grows well and what doesn’t? What amount of food is possible to grow on one average-sized balcony or rooftop? And ponder the question of how learning such skills fits into an overall vision for a more sustainable (urban) food system.
In light of the current global pandemic, these questions are very timely! Join us for an open exchange of useful tricks and tools, and get some inspiration from our guest speakers as they show us what they have been growing and how they got started!
19:00 – Logins & Welcomes
19:10 – Check-In & Introductions
19:15 – Speaker 1: Chris Schappeit, Farmlyplace GmbH
19:20 – Breakout Rooms – 1:1 chats on today’s topic
19:30 – Speaker 2: Judith Henze, Consultant at Seminar für Ländliche Entwicklung
19:45 – Breakout Rooms – 1:1 chats on what you have been growing, or want to grow!
19:55 – Speaker 3: Florencia Yannelli, Balcony Gardener & Enthusiast
20:05 – Q&A and Discussion Round
20:30 (latest) – Check-Out & Close
** Do you want to join the discussion and share your project? Contact us beforehand at email@example.com and we will make space in the agenda!!
PLEASE NOTE: Food in the City meetups are held in English — the Q&A session can be translated, so feel free to ask questions in either German or English, as you prefer!