Environmental evening “Green areas in city” / Miljøkveld “Grønne byområder”

Today I gave a presentation for the Environmental evening about “Green areas in city”
Place: Stammen cafe, Trondheim, Norway

Presenters:

Among the presenter were Ole Reitan from ABC Natur (a presentation about the importance of having a diversity in green urban areas) and Erik Brenna from Bioveier i byen (a presentation about how to construct a wildlife friendly garden and about the work Bioveier i byen does in Trondheim).

Organizers: Naturmangfoldgruppen i Naturvernforbundet i Trondheim (from Norwegian: Nature biodiversity group in Nature Conservation Association in Trondheim) and Bioveier i byen (from Norwegian: Bio ways in city).

Links:
event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/985607911574199/

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There are a post on facebook from Norwegian Botanic Association and Wikipedia page about it.

Photo from Norsk Botanisk Forening