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There is always a short walk to nature in Reykjavík. Here you'll find information about gardens and green spaces, gardening, and culinary gardens in the city.
Green spaces are wide around the city, from well-trimmed and designed city parks to more natural outdoor spaces. You choose whether to breathe in the refreshing sea air or take a forest bath. See the outdoors in the city
There are many things to consider when gardening in Reykjavik City. Smoking herds, caring for trees and outdoor paths, planting flowers, and in the few days when it doesn't rain enough, the garden pitches need to be pulled out.
A permit is required to fell trees over 8 m or over 60 years of age. You can apply for a felling by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send an application to the Department of Environmental Protection and Planning, Borgartún 12-14, 105 Reykjavík.
The main role of the Working School is to provide a constructive, safe and motivating environment for students from the top grades of primary schools in the summer, as well as to provide them with environmental education. All students who come from class 8. The 9th and 10th grades of primary school invite you to come to work at Work School in the summer. Their parents are required to enroll students through Electronic