On their website they present five examples of intercultural garden projects in Berlin, Munich, Leipzig, Göttingen and Dessau, in Germany. The initiators were faced with different starting conditions; for example with a high percentage of immigrants in the West and a low percentage in the former GDR. Also the local cooperation partners vary in each city – they are essential for the success of a project. Apart from Stiftung Interkultur, the projects have gained other actively committed partners, such as the Torture Treatment Centres, municipalities, local churches, refugee organisations, commissioners for migration in states and city councils, ministries, foundations, universities and environmental organisations.
Gardending Superfund Sites is an art project that fosters discourse around the issues of nature preservation, industry, and activism. Information and workshops with students and community groups to create a call to action to high tech industries to take responsibility for their actions.
Svarlamoen is a self-organized area in Trondheim, Norway, experimenting with new ways of building and living. In the centre back you see the low energy wooden high house. Far back are submarine bunkers from ww2.