Na-Tür-lich Dorf – Bottom-up creation of individual small-scale projects aims to conserve nature at the doorstep of villages throughout two LAG areas in Germany
Projects & Practice
A group of small farmers used CAP funds to formalise their cooperation and undertake joint investments that would improve their production capacity in a cost-effective way.
A beekeeper used CAP funds to realise an investment project that would enable him to add value to his honey products and improve his position in the market.
A project that demonstrates an innovative way to promote employment for young people through voluntary work and professional development counselling.
The Äerdschëff is the first public Earthship building in the world and will serve as a place to document, educate and research as well as stimulate curiosity and creativity about future-proof living and the circular economy.
Developing a digital platform and a setting up a meeting place to ensure the local supply and socialising needs of the village of Remmesweiler.
Setting up an inter-generational cooperative, bringing generations together to help each other and share their knowledge and skills.
This project involves inhabitants in the region actively contributing to better social cohesion. It connects different generations in ‘caring for the community’ and is the only intergenerational school support service in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
The aim of the project was to secure a supply of quality regional products in shops in small villages in the SPESSART LEADER area, and by so doing to develop shops’ regional products offer and enhance their long-term sustainability.