ECO EDUCATION OBJECTS
EDUCATIONAL RECYCLING PARK
” Funny Trash Monsters can clean and grow flower beds” is the slogan of the project, which proves that non-standard crazy ideas of ecological education are worth pursuing.
The originator of the project is the Raszyn Design Association, which decided to find a space for children and teenagers, where they would have space for outdoor activities, learning and practicing knowledge about raw materials such as segregated waste and in which they would be able to contact nature by planting plants in a designated place – greenhouse.
We have designed a space for play and education on undeveloped grounds with an area of about 700 sq m.
We have located multimedia educational boards powered by solar energy, which explain the processes that waste goes through to be useful in further processes.
“Potworki Śmieciorki” encourage their colors and humorous appearance to learn the secrets of recycling and show the sense of waste segregation.
In 2017 in Drobin, the first ecological educational and recreational park in Poland was created, which deals with fish and nature related to the superficial communities.
This naturalistic idea entered the landscape of the surrounding Drobin, emphasizing the character of Mazovia. The main idea of the project was to combine conservation goals with education and social engagement.
The park’s biodiversity is ecological education, social co-operation, the highlight of the Polish landscape and the knowledge of fauna and flora including fish in the pond, but above all, entrusting responsibility for taking care of the space for each inhabitant.
For this purpose, social consultations were held before the concept was implemented. Participants among the anglers presented their expectations, which we combined with the needs of families with children and the surrounding nature.
In this way, “reading” the space and its inhabitants with understanding, in cooperation with the inhabitants we created “Eko Park” – Ecological Education and Recreation Park in Drobin
CITY GREEN HOUSE
MULTIMEDIA EDUCATIONAL GALLERY
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