New Year's Reception bdla Thuringia

UI-Optionen: Sponsorenfeld
Anzeige Text im Grid: Nein

On the evening of 30 January 2019, the Thuringian regional group of the bdla, together with the DGGL and the FGL Hesse-Thuringia, invited to the now 22nd New Year's reception of the green professional associations.

Bildunterschrift fehlt!

Bildunterschrift fehlt!

The event took place again in the Erfurt Horticultural Museum, on the grounds of the ega.

After an interesting short lecture by Kathrin Weiß, chairwoman of the foundation board of the German Horticultural Museum, about the planning status of the BUGA, the chairman of the bdla Thuringia, Wolfram Stock, and the president of the FGL, Jens Heger, welcomed the guests.
The three "green associations" introduced themselves and gave a short review and outlook of their association activities. Wolfram Stock reported on the positive membership development of bdla Thuringia, where many younger members have shown interest in the association's work and are actively involved as assessors or as assistants to the spokespersons.

The newly introduced bdla regulars' table, where members meet in an informal atmosphere and discuss current topics, was also very popular. The office meetings with visits to construction sites were also resumed. As in the previous year, Thuringian landscape architecture offices presented themselves to the students of the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt in November of last year. This gave the students of landscape architecture an insight into the structure and everyday life of Thuringian planning offices and also gave them the opportunity to ask questions.

Furthermore, Wolfram Stock pointed out the highlights of the event year 2019. Thus, in the context of the Erfurt Dialogue, on 27 March 2019, the bdla Thuringia and the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt, Department of Landscape Architecture want to discuss together with planning partners and public clients on the topic of "Green Grey Blue, Green Infrastructure in Focus " and thus promote an interdisciplinary and sustainable planning culture in Thuringia. The "Open Gardens - Offene Gärten in Thüringen" (Open Gardens in Thuringia) will, as is traditional, once again give numerous visitors an insight into private gardens in Thuringia in May/June and thus provide opportunities for professional exchange between amateur gardeners and professionals. In the middle/end of June a joint excursion of the bdla Thuringia and the BDA Thuringia to the IBA project Castle Kannawurf will take place.

In the further course of the evening, the main item on the programme this year was a keynote speech by Felicitas Remmert on the subject of Garden Dreams - Historical Parks in Saxony-Anhalt. Ms. Remmert presented 50 gardens of historical importance and tourist attraction in Saxony-Anhalt and gave a lecture on the subject of garden networks. The aim of the green associations in Thuringia is to permanently present all 26 external locations of the BUGA via the GardenCultureNetwork Thuringia.

Afterwards, interesting discussions were held with live music and good food. This year the event was again financially supported by Rinn Beton- und Natursteine, Leipziger Leuchten GmbH and the Lorberg tree nursery.

Author: Stephanie Krautz, landscape planner bdla, NABU Thuringia, Jena

Latitude: 0
Longitude: 0