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3rd Day of Care on 16th of October 2018

Again we had a fantastic time on our 3rd Day of Care. The project gets around and more and more people like to participate.

This time we had about 50 people on 5 different „building-sites“,  working on LowTech-Solutions for the Coop-Campus and giving a strong hand in the Campus-Garden.

With  Prinzessinnengärten the Biomeiler got a reset and refill. It’s already warming up part of the Greenhouse to grow plants in springtime. Now we built a small house-in-house from straw and wood, which will also be heated by the Biomeiler. This straw-room will contain two basic work-spaces  and we will test whether one can survive a Berlin-Winter with this LowTech-heating system.

For the just started Robin Hut-Project we built the base of their future mobile studio. An ambitious Garden-Crew moved the compost and created new beds. A creative Catering-Team surprised us with wonderful food all day long.

People from various backgrounds encountered through working together in mixed teams.

This time they came from

Thanks a lot to everybody!

DoC-Team:

  • Sebastian Däschle (Konzept + Design + Umsetzung)
  • Heidi Walter (Konzept + Projektmanagement)
  • Doreen Zieke (Projektmanagement + Film)

Building-Sites Instructors :

  • Fetewei Tarekegn – Gartencrew
  • Jaap Wijnants – Stroh Room
  • Svenja Nette – Biomeiler
  • Ninoschka Schlothauer – Catering
  • Sebastian Däschle – Datsche, Gesamtleitung

Special thanks to

  • Stephan Neidert (Projectmanager of Coop Campus) for great cooperation.
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