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Now it's official. We inaugurated the first Berlin PikoPark in Berlin-Tegel on 1st of July. The small close-to-nature park, with native wild plants, dry stone walls and deadwood structures, is a real win for people and nature!

We are very happy about the positive feedback from the tenants! Experiencing nature right on the doorstep is an important building block for more acceptance of close-to-nature structures. Experiencing the fascinating world of insects first-hand sparks curiosity about the topic of biodiversity and species extinction. This also brings about a change in thinking.

We are convinced of this!

You can find out more about the project here 👉 www.stiftung-mensch-umwelt.de/pikopark.html


A large nesting aid for wild bees is sure to attract numerous residents - and visitors!  (c) Steven Hille / Hill Productions

A large nesting aid for wild bees is sure to attract numerous residents - and visitors!


Numerous residents of the Schollenhof did not want to miss the opening of the 1st Berlin Pikopark. (c) Steven Hille / Hill Productions

Numerous residents of the Schollenhof did not want to miss the opening of the 1st Berlin Pikopark. (c) Steven Hille / Hill Productions


The small colse-to-nature park, with native wild plants, dry stone walls and deadwood structures is a real benefit for people and nature! (c) Steven Hille / Hill Productions

The small nesting aids for wild bees were presented to the supporters of the project.


Dr Corinna Hölzer and Peter Müller from the Stiftung für Mensch und Umwelt  thank the OTA training centre for their active support.(c) Steven Hille / Hill Productions

Dr Corinna Hölzer and Peter Müller from the Stiftung für Mensch und Umwelt thank the OTA training centre for their active support.


The small colse-to-nature park, with native wild plants, dry stone walls and deadwood structures is a real benefit for people and nature! (c) Steven Hille / Hill Productions

The small colse-to-nature park, with native wild plants, dry stone walls and deadwood structures is a real benefit for people and nature!