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How do we support local biodiversity in settlement areas?
Help us create a wildflower meadow on the site of the SIDERO Mersch wastewater treatment plant!
In this seminar you will learn how to sow a wild flower meadow and you’ll find out about the growing decline of instects as well as the impact of light pollution . This seminar was created by the Wild Uelzechtdall initiative that aims to support biodiversity in our communities. Our first wild flower meadow project was carried out at Kass-Haff in March and hopefully, many more will follow! Be part of this urban wildlife experience.
This initiative is part of the Plan Pollinisateur promoting pollinators and is organized with the help of the EBL, Naturpark Our, and Ouni Pestiziden. A big thank you to SIDERO for their inerest and this great cooperation!
The seminar will be held in Luxembourgish. We will do our best to provide an English translation. If you would like to register for the seminar, please send us an e-mail to . (priority for people who register for the whole day).
– Decline in insect populations – Gil Kirchen (EBL – Environmental Counselling Luxembourg
– Light Pollution – Laurent Spithoven (Naturpark Our)
Creation and maintenance of a wildflower meadow – Marianne Kollmesch (Ouni Pestiziden – campaign “without pesticides”
24th October | 10:00-15:30
(Lunch: please bring your own food due to the current situation)
Kläranlag Mersch | 17, rue Irbicht L-7590 Beringen
Please remember to bring (and wear) your mask 🙂