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We come from nature. We want to connect ourselves to nature. This is one of the most important visions of DYCLE. However, when one asks how to do this in daily life, most of us have difficulty to find proper examples.

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Plant Five for Life and DYCLE - Diaper Cycle are collaboratively exploring cross-cultural connections to landscapes from birth across generations. This week we are asking the question:

What food is on your table now?

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Plant Five for Life and DYCLE - Diaper Cycle are collaboratively exploring cross-cultural connections to landscapes from birth across generations. This week we are asking the question:

How did your parents celebrate your birth?

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You’re probably asking yourself the same question as you read this article. For example, who would waste a precious weekend in order to make hand-made disposable paper cups or toilet paper, when such products are mass-produced and consumed daily? I would not be in a hurry to take part in such a workshop either.

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Soil is an important component of the Diaper Cycle as it helps regulate important ecosystem processes, such as nutrient uptake, decomposition, and water availability. Trees cannot even survive without small creatures in soil. Today let’s take a look at a part of ecosystems underground, with less scientific words, in a simple way.

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In November we closed the circle of nutrients with the first fruit tree planting near Berlin.
We will do this again in March. Here is how we did it.

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These are our wishes for the New Year:

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This is what the participants of our tree planting have to say about their experience:

 

“After 6 hours pleasure planting fruits trees with many participants yesterday, my body and muscle-pain gave me the best lesson:
Respect all those who grow our foods in local.

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50 fruit trees were planted on last Saturday 26.11.2016 with the collaboration of the CSA farmer Angelika Glawe from Luch Gärtnerei and Food Assembly groups in Berlin.

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The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.
Nelson Henderson

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