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Community Gardening
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Trendthema Community Gardening: gemeinsam mit Freunden oder Nachbarn Gärten planen, aufbauen und einrichten. Umfassender Ratgeber mit vielen Praxistipps. Nur mit guter Planung entstehen grüne Oasen als Orte der Begegnung. Gemeinsam ein Stück brachliegendes Land in einen blühenden Garten verwandeln, Gemüse und Früchte für den eigenen Bedarf anbauen und die grüne Oase zu einem Ort der Begegnung machen, wo Freundschaften entstehen und auch mal eine Party stattfinden kann - das ist die Kernidee des Community Gardening. Einen Gemeinschaftsgarten aufzubauen, einzurichten und zu pflegen macht unglaublich Spaß, stellt aber auch hohe Anforderungen an alle Beteiligten. Wie kann man die Wünsche und Vorstellungen aller Mitwirkenden einbeziehen und wie stellt man sicher, dass auch das notwendige gärtnerische Know-how einfließt? Wie findet man eine geeignete Parzelle für den Gemeinschaftsgarten und welche rechtlichen Aspekte sind zu bedenken? Mit Antworten auf diese und viele weitere Fragenist ´´Community Gardening´´ ein praxisorientierter Leitfaden, der über die Stolpersteine beim Organisieren und Aufbauen eines Gemeinschaftsgartens hinweghilft.

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Stand: 22.12.2017
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Impact of Community Gardening on Household Live...
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Impact of Community Gardening on Household Livelihoods: Gandai: Moses Mapure

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Stand: 26.12.2017
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Community Gardening as Social Action als eBook ...
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Community Gardening as Social Action: Claire Nettle

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Stand: 11.12.2017
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Community Gardening as Social Action als eBook ...
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Community Gardening as Social Action: Ms Claire Nettle

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Stand: 11.12.2017
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Urban Garden USA. Community Gardening as a Tool...
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Urban Garden USA. Community Gardening as a Tool of City Planning: Theresa Löwenstein

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Stand: 11.12.2017
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Urban Garden USA. Community Gardening as a Tool...
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Urban Garden USA. Community Gardening as a Tool of City Planning:1. Auflage. Theresa Löwenstein

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Stand: 26.12.2017
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Urban Garden USA. Community Gardening as a Tool...
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Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject Landscape Management, grade: 1,3, , course: City Planning, language: English, abstract: In modern times society in most U.S. cities changed to bedroom communities where people stay home, watch television and forget how to live in the cultural, urban or even village sense. At the same time, however, issues such as global warming and sustainability gained attention, which led to the re-emergence of a movement within the city: Community Gardening. The question to be answered is if Community Gardens/Urban Gardens (CG) are planned as a means to other objectives or an end in itself. If it is a means to other ends, the CG is only beneficial until the other aim is achieved. If not, the gardens serve a greater use than only to overcome crisis. This in turn would be an indicator that CG should be more recognized as a city-planning tool instead of decrease in times of peace and wealth. In order to find out what role CG play in todays urban planning and how it can contribute to improve urban conditions, I first have to illuminate the current problems in todays cities. After having a general overview on the present urban conditions I than focus on the historical and current development of CG in general and in particular in the United States (U.S.). Later I take a closer look on the general objectives behind the emergence of urban garden movements and the benefits that they contained in the past and present. Looking at recent prime examples of urban gardens in Berlin and San Diego will shed light on the goals behind and particular the benefits CG have on todays urban environments, communities and its residents. In the end Ill give some recommendations on how CG should be implemented in the field of city planning to improve the described urban conditions.

Anbieter: ciando eBooks
Stand: 07.11.2017
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Guerilla Gardening
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Saatbomben, Tomatenpflanzen auf Abrissplätzen, Moosbilder an Betonmauern: Eine besondere Form des Gartenbaus, unter dem Namen »Guerilla Gardening« erstmals im Manhattan der Siebzigerjahre bekannt geworden, ist zu einer weltweiten Bewegung angewachsen und gewinnt immer mehr Anhänger. Gärtnern ist cool geworden! Guerilla-Gärtner sind heimlich unterwegs: Bei Nacht und Nebel bepflanzen sie Verkehrsinseln, besetzen brachliegende Flächen, indem sie sie fruchtbar machen oder gehen mit Blumen gegen die Verwahrlosung des eigenen Wohnblocks vor - denn der öffentliche Raum gehört allen, und nicht dem Grünflächenamt. Der Londoner Richard Reynolds, selbst seit fünf Jahren im Einsatz als urbaner Gartenguerillero, bietet mit seiner Website www.guerillagardening.org einen virtuellen Treffpunkt für diese internationale Community von Botanik-Aktivisten, die sich darüber auch zu gemeinsamen Begrünungsaktionen verabreden. Als Inhaber eines Diploms der Royal Horticultural Society betreibt der 32-Jährige das Gärtnern mit ebensoviel botanischer Leidenschaft wie Willen zum zivilen Ungehorsam und ist heute Europas bekanntester Guerilla-Gärtner. In seinem Buch beschreibt er das politische/soziale/künstlerische Phänomen von den Ursprüngen des Guerilla-Begriffs bis zu aktuellen Beispielen für die blühenden Spuren, die Outlaw-Gärtner in aller Welt hinterlassen haben. Mit 64 Fotoseiten und vier großen Kapiteln zu Taktik, Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und natürlich praktischer Beratung im Umgang mit den botanischen Waffen. Ein Buch für alle, denen etwas an der Welt außerhalb der eigenen vier Wände liegt und die daran glauben, dass wir sie selber gestalten können.

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Stand: 18.01.2018
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Gardening: The Complete Guide to Vegetable Gard...
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Want to learn how to grow an awesome vegetable garden? Whether you want to learn the best vegetables to grow or learn how to keep your vegetables good all year round, this book will help! Here is a preview of what you´ll learn: getting the right tools home gardening community gardening steps to starting your garden the best vegetable to grow keeping your vegetables good all year round the benefits of gardening much, much, more! Here is a preview of some of the vegetables you will learn to grow: corn green beans tomatoes peas peppers Download your copy right now! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Drew Stevenson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/062585de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 22.11.2017
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Sustainable Gardening For Dummies
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Created especially for the Australian customer! Reduce your environmental footprint in the garden with this practical guide With all the talk about the health of the planet, youve probably heard about sustainability. Now you can apply these principles in your own backyard, whether thats an Aussie apartment balcony or a sprawling Kiwi rural spread. Find out great techniques for planning your sustainable garden and keeping your plants - and you - happy and healthy. Plant nutrients - what are they and how can you supply them to your plants sustainably? Watering techniques - how much water does your garden really need, and how can you conserve and supply it? Landscaping and gardening materials - where do they come from and are they sustainable? Biodiversity - how do you help increase the biodiversity of the planet through your own gardening practices? Organic gardening, permaculture and biodynamics - what methods can you adopt to improve your sustainable garden? Weeds and pests - how are they defined, and how do you control them while being kind to the environment? Compost heaps and worm farms - how do you build and maintain them, and what do they do for your garden? Potting mix - how can you choose a sustainable product or even make your own? Donna Ellis lives and breathes anything horticultural! Her passion is obvious as she willingly shares her knowledge and experience with whoever will listen - and this group grows larger as more people have the opportunity to hear her words of wisdom. She challenges, provokes and empowers her listeners to make changes in their gardening practices so those changes will eventually become the ordinary, everyday procedures everyone employs. The stories she inevitably tells make people connect to the subject, whether it is about botanical gardens or backyard vegetable patches. You name it, she has a story about it, and these stories keep her audiences enthralled to the very end. Ask any of her students, community members or colleagues and theyll vouch for this. Donnas work experiences at the start of her horticulture career, when chemicals and disregard for the natural environment prevailed, led her to believe there had to be more-sustainable alternatives. A fi rm believer in common sense and practical solutions to everyday garden problems, Donna has been a leading light of the sustainability movement since the early 1980s. She is a horticulture teacher at South West Institute of TAFE in Warrnambool, Victoria, a sustainable garden consultant, a garden designer, a writer for newspapers and a speaker to community and professional groups. She works with Sustainable Gardening Australia, delivering seminars on sustainable management of parks and gardens in metropolitan Melbourne, and with Greening Australia, developing and delivering community workshops on backyard biodiversity throughout western Victoria. In addition to her usual teaching, Donna also develops and delivers sustainable horticulture training programs at TAFE to Special Developmental Schools, a labour of love. She is a member of a number of organisations and networks, including Sustainable Gardening Australia, the Australian Garden History Society and the Friends of Warrnambool Botanic Gardens. She is a past president of the Friends of Hamilton Botanic Gardens and was a founding committee member of Encouraging Women in Horticulture Australia.

Anbieter: ciando eBooks
Stand: 07.11.2017
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