interdisciplinary open-air workshop in the Morasko Meteorite Natural Reserve led by prof. Wladyslaw Polcyn and Mikołaj Charchuta (FB, Adam Mickiewicz University UAM) for students of the Studio for Transdisciplinary Projects & Research (FAEC, University of Arts in Poznan). October 2021
Morasko Meteorite Nature Reserve is a special place. It contains seven meteor craters. The largest of the seven craters has a diameter of about 100 meters and a depth of about 11 meters. There are lakes in five craters, including the largest one. The date of creation is estimated at about 5000 years ago (Holocene). Today, the reserve is overgrown with an oak and hornbeam forest, among which many rare plant species grow. The reserve includes the 154-meter-high Morasko Mountain, the highest point in Poznań. Established in 1976 on the northern edge of the city of Poznań, the reserve is adjacent to a military training ground and a municipal landfill.