Tobias Ber wrote:Edit:
how large is your allotment?
Tobias Ber wrote:
hedgehogs: you can try to feed them. soaked or wet dog or cat fodder might help. raw eggs. growing some fruits. they ll need a place to overwinter. my parents made a house from a styrofoamshipping box filled with straw and hidden in a pile of leaves and branches. they ll wander through quite a large area.
wood chips: have you asked arborists? i ve seen ad to buy chips 30/40€ per m³. not nice. just ask people in your area. maybe you can get autumn leaves.
Tobias Ber wrote:
worms: ebay (1 pound around 23€) or look in piles of horse manure (on a farm). probably you can find them in manure piles of people that raise meat-rabbits.
chicken: it depends on the laws of your specific community. look into it and see... ask the leadership of the community
good luck and have a nice weekend
Die Tierhaltung auf der Parzelle ist verboten. Ausnahmen für die
Haltung von Bienen auf der Parzelle kann
der Vorstand im Einklang mit den gesetz-
lichen Bestimmungen mit näheren Anwei-
Das vorübergehende Mitbringen von Hau-
stieren, wie Hunden und Katzen, bedarf
der Genehmigung des Vorstandes und
kann jederzeit wiederrufen werden. Für
Behelfsheimbewohner kann der Vorstand
Ausnahmen für die Tierhaltung gestatten.
Außerhalb der Parzelle müssen alle Tiere
im Vereinsgelände an der Leine geführt
werden. Tierhalter haften für alle durch
ihre Tiere verursachten Schäden.
Taryn Hesse wrote:Hi Morfydd St. Clair,
The german trash system does take bio mull to harvest for fuel. however, businesses must pay a lot for pickup (I Do anyway) so you can ask before its thrown away and usually find some useful material for free. I live in the Harz, so im not sure who exactly to call in Hamburg, but it is easy to find fresh and seasoned horse manure from a ritterhof (also FUll of worms), cardboard from grocers and to call landscaping companies for mulchable materials though they don´t chip it for you usually. you could also try a construction service and ask about materials like garden waste cleared from a build scite (I Find useable bauholtz bricks gravel pallets there also) . Ive never seen a hedgehog here and I live in the middle of the woods next to a nature reserve.Let me know if youve found a decent organization to be involved in. Here, anyway, there are community projects but not long term organizations other than hiking and nature groups that work on ecological issues. There are food sharing organizations in most places even the smaller villages which you could organize a gardening project for and likley find support. sorry I dont have a more direct answer. Most of the projects I do are short term (one weekend) and self advertised on the internet or with a sign along the street, kind of one-offs to build community. If your visiting Clausthal Zellerfeld i could always find a job to do. let me know what your looking to do or learn.