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Building a self-sufficient plant ecosystem is a new sustainable activity, fun and creative but also reminiscent of reducing our consumption and reusing resources.
In this workshop, each participant, with the help of guidance from our plant biologist, will learn how to create their own handmade ecosystem. You learn the science behind the concept, how plants can be self-sufficient in an ecosystem and how to care for the plants.
All necessary materials are delivered to the participants in advance such as glass jars, plants, moss, special soil and stones.
Information on how to connect to the workshop via zoom is sent out in advance. If you prefer to a physical activity, it can be held, for example, at your office or at our selected event venues, and can be combined with dinner or other activities. Send request for more info.
Markus and his childhood friend have always had a great interest in plants and design. They originate in France, Sweden and Finland. A frustration that their healthy and lush plants did not survive the difficult seasons and the unsustainability of the plant industry, led them to start experimenting with their own ecosystems. Their vision is to combine the raw beauty of nature with refined interiors and create a healthier living and working space.
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Superlätt att hänga med när allt var numrerat och väldigt lätt att göra ett förvånansvärt snyggt terrarium 😀
Hosted in Swedish or English
1 - 20 participants
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