Bosc Turull is a former privately owned municipal property that has an environmental classroom. It is part of the node where the green corridor converges that wants to end joining the hills of Putxet, Parc Güell and Collserola, with the corridor that joins the Three Hills (of Coll, Carmell and de la Rovira). The municipal environmental education facility is part of the network of community spaces as it is managed and energized by an association, the Catalan Society for Environmental Education. The Aula Ambiental Bosc Turull seeks to be a reference space in the promotion of environmental education and sustainability, promoting the participation of neighbors, environmental and social entities in the district, neighborhood schools and networking, in order to to facilitate that children, young people and the general public can access reference information, knowledge and environmental practices. The aim is to create new social links focused on urban sustainability, biodiversity conservation and networking by linking environmental education with community projects and social transformation. In the Aula Ambiental there are 16 parcels of municipal orchards, 3 parcels of school and community gardens and several permanent projects of different entities and collectives: nursery of the Depana Association, learning space of the Barcelona Activa Office Houses, a space for permacultural experimentation, a colony of cats ... Between all of us we maintain the space and watch over its operation. The classroom is open 21 hours a week and offers a quarterly program of activities
for the public, self-guided activities for schools and leisure groups, and the transfer of spaces and discovery materials. More information: www.boscturull.cat Follow us! Facebook: Aula Ambiental Bosc Turull // twitter: @boscturull
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