in Bitterfeld-


Theater director Ron Rosenberg, together with gardeners of all generations, has brought an abandoned allotment garden back to life. In the meantime, a biotope has been created on the Rodelberg site. The artist invites you to visit and linger.

Bitterfeld-Wolfen has a lively allotment garden culture. Formerly mostly organized through company structures, today the gardens are often places of retreat and recreation, places where young and old can talk about nature. And this is exactly what theater director Ron Rosenberg and the participating gardeners from the allotment garden site “Am Rodelberg” invite you to do during the festival: In the newly revived garden, visitors can ask gardening-related questions, philosophize about the coexistence of humans and nature, harvest strawberries and rhubarb, make jam or simply relax.

In cooperation with the allotment garden association “Am Rodelberg” e.V. Wolfen. Special thanks for their support to Benno and Gela Nordhausen.

The Generation Garden is an award-winning project from the Revierpionier ideas competition.

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