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Lina first started studying environmental protection with the idea that this would lead to her making life difficult for whalers in an inflatable boat on the high seas. Unfortunately it soon turned out that this study has a lot to do with engineering and very little with creativity. In addition, she moved to Bingen by mistake, without knowing what that means, as a city...To bring more excitement and above all more content into her life and her studies, she therefore came to Hanover to study landscape architecture here and thus combine the nature conservation aspect with the creative. She is currently completing her master's thesis - a catalog of measures for open space planning for a municipality in the Wendland region, which can serve as the starting point for an integrated municipal development concept.
She also lives out her preference for analysis-based concept and design work in her private life in her volunteer work as an expert for the local integration plan in the department of neighborhood life and culture, and is also involved with Ikja e.V. and in various university policy committees, founded the cultural association SNNTG e.V. in 2017, and has since co-organized the SNNTG Festival. Since 2019 she supports endboss in open space planning and workshops. She is also our secret weapon when it comes to our credibility. After all, Lina is also a trained equestrian, which means that "that you can steal horses together with us" is not just an empty phrase in our case. Thanks to Lina we really could and the stolen horses would be well taken care of afterwards. (Also) in a figurative sense.