The forest is in danger! All around the world industry, pollution and climate change are threatening this important ecosystem. The workshop teaches about the effects on the Canadian rainforest and makes comparisons to flora and fauna in Germany.
Why do humans need the forest? How can it be managed sustainably? And who benefits from whom? The children give a shape and a voice to the inhabitants of the wood, who are not always visible. "Leave me be!", cries the thousand-year-old cedar. "Go away with your fishnets", hisses the wave in the creek.
- Holiday workshop
- Target group: 1st to 6th grade, ages 6 and up
- Location: Temporary exhibition Ts'uu - Cedar. Of Trees and People, 2nd floor and Workrooms, 1st floor
- Duration: 120 minutes
- Price: EUR 5.00 per person. Please book your ticket online or in the foyer of the Humboldt Forum. Tickets will be available the month before.
- Maximum group size: 15 people