Dresden Garden Walks "Urban Green Network
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Dresden Garden Walks
This year, the Dresden Garden Walks will take place under the motto "Network Urban Green". The Dresden Office for Urban Green Spaces and Waste Management, the Association of German Landscape Architects (bdla), the Institute of Landscape Architecture at the Technical University of Dresden and the Saxony Chamber of Architects invite you to take part. Detlef Thiel, head of the Office for Urban Greenery and Waste Management, whets the appetite for this and says: "We are offering all those interested in urban greenery five guided tours to different and in some cases lesser-known green spaces in our city. From the end of June to mid-September, you can learn about the green roofs in the Botanical Garden, walk along the Western Promenade Ring, visit two cemeteries and wander along the Kaitzbach Green Vein and through Südpark." "Network Urban Green" means that visitors will learn a special amount from landscape architects about the complexity of urban greenery in the context of urban development, climate change adaptation, historic preservation, and species and nature conservation during this year's walks.
The first walk will take place on Wednesday, June 28. Starting at 4 p.m., Prof. Irene Lohaus (Chair of Landscape Architecture at TU Dresden) will explain everything about green roofs in the Botanical Garden Dresden. Meeting point is the entrance of the Botanical Garden Dresden, Stübelallee 2. Admission is free, donations are welcome.
On the one hand, the guided tours are aimed at the interested lay public, but they are also intended to appeal to professional colleagues and to encourage them to exchange ideas 'on site' and, not least, to make the skills of the profession more widely known to potential clients. The guided tours are free of charge and can usually be attended without prior appointment. Depending on the size of the facilities, they last up to 90 minutes.
The Office of Urban Greenery and Waste Management is an official partner of the bdla in the Dresden Garden Walks, which have been held since 2001.
2022 they will be held for the 20th time after a break due to the pandemic and are dedicated to the theme "Urban Greenery and Health".
This year, the Dresden Garden Walks will take place under the motto "Network Urban Green". "Network Urban Green" means that visitors will learn a particularly great deal about the complexity of urban greenery in the context of urban development, climate change adaptation, monument protection, and species and nature conservation from landscape architects at
the walks this year.
The first walk will take place on Wednesday, June 28. Starting at 4 p.m., Prof. Irene Lohaus (Chair of Landscape Architecture at TU Dresden) will explain everything about green roofs in the Dresden Botanical Garden.
- Second garden walk
The Western Promenade Ring (from Postplatz to Dippoldiswalder Platz)
When: Thursday, July 6, 4 p.m.
Guided tour: Eva Meyer and Erik Lorenz, Amt für Stadtgrün und Abfallwirtschaft
Meeting point: Water feature "Waterscreen," Postplatz
- Third garden walk
A wall connects (on the way to the New Israelite Cemetery and the Ev.-Luth. Trinitatisffriedhof)
When: Wednesday, July 19, 4 p.m.
Guided tour: Bronislava Litvac (administrative director of the Dresden Jewish Community),
Matthias Voigt (specialist engineer for monument preservation) and Beatrice Teichmann (administrative director of the Elias, Trinitatis and Johannis cemeteries)
Meeting point: New Israelite Cemetery Dresden, Fiedlerstraße 3
Note: Male visitors must wear headgear in the New Israelite Cemetery.
- Fourth Garden Walk
Green Vein Kaitzbach
When: Tuesday, September 5, 4 p.m.
Guided tour: Lena Kulow, Büro Rehwaldt Landschaftsarchitekten
Meeting place: entrance to Naturbad Mockritz, Münzteichweg 22 B
- Fifth garden walk
From the Bismarck Column to Südpark
When: Thursday, September 14, 4 p.m.
Guided tour: Peter Froebel, Verein Bismarckturm Dresden e. V. and Romy Bertram, Amt für Stadtgrün und Abfallwirtschaft
Meeting place: Bismarck Column (entrance area), Moreauweg 1
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