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The insect paradise garden at Storkow Castle with its old trees is a wonderful place to explore the question "Are you well rooted?"

Which roots are meant here? How are you rooted at all? And how does it manifest itself when you are uprooted?

Trees and plants have roots that provide stability, nourishment, communication and storage. The participants want to consciously understand nature with all their senses and create analogies to themselves.

What's special? 

  • Slowing down and conscious perception
  • Dealing with one's own roots
  • Preparation and tasting of a small lunch snack made from plant roots 
  • Time to stay grounded: slow down and take a closer look
  • Using powerful methods of wilderness education to bring you into the here and now
  • Create your own foot bath salts


The nature experience workshop serves to slow down and consciously perceive.

Participants will focus on their own roots and will prepare and taste a small lunch snack made from plant roots.

There will be time for grounding on this day. The group walks slowly and looks closely. Which plants appeal to us? What do yarrow, cinquefoil and nettle seeds taste like?

You can walk barefoot - a beautifully designed barefoot path in the meadow invites you to do so. The scent of late summer has a meditative effect and the participants become very quiet. The sitting area is a powerful method of wilderness education that brings you into the here and now.

At the end, the group creates their own foot bath salt, which can be tried out straight away. Now your feet are well cared for and fresh for all new challenges.

Who is behind the offer?

Ulrike Schünke is a trained wilderness and plant educator. She loves to share her passion for the green dress of the earth with other people. She looks forward to spending an eventful workshop in nature with you.

About the region

Opposite Storkow Castle is the "Insect Paradise Garden", which was created as part of the VERN project. The small show garden has now developed into a colorful wildflower meadow. In recent years, an insect hotel with a perennial bed, keyhole, hill and no-dig beds, a potato pyramid and a willow pavilion have been created here. In 2022, a bee wagon and a barefoot path enriched the grounds. The garden is also used to grow special types of vegetables.

More information


60,- € plus material costs and food (10,- €)


There are 12 places available.



Important information

Please note or bring along when booking the offer: A deposit of €30 is required for a binding registration. Please bring a bowl for the footbath and a cushion to sit on.



Burg Storkow
Schlossstraße 6
15859 Storkow (Mark)

Contact details:

Ulrike Schünke
0171 - 5162811
ulrike.schuenke (at) gmail. com

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