Activity Topic

Urban Biodiversity Bike Ride

About With our Wild Uelzechtdall project, we aim to support and develop urban biodiversity. Our villages are important habitats for various plants and animals and we strive to help developing a rich network of local wild flowers providing food and habitats for insects. Join us on our first discovery bike ride through our municipalities to …

Urban Biodiversity Bike Ride Read More »

Meadow Mowing at Kass-Haff

About End of June is a good time for mowing wildflower meadows. Mowing once or twice a year (in early summer and autumn) prevents hedges of spreading on the meadow and it makes space for new flowers. Although not always necessary, this often important duty was once taken care of by grazing animals such as …

Meadow Mowing at Kass-Haff Read More »

Open Meeting

About Even if it’s not possible for us to meet in person right now, we’d like to see you and talk about Transitioun Uelzechtdall and its projects. Virtually! We’d be very happy to see ass all in this Zoom chat on 8th April. As always, the meeting is open to everyone, you don’t have to …

Open Meeting Read More »

Seminar on wild flower meadows

About (Informatiounen op Lëtzebuergesch iwwer dësen Event fannt der ënnen op dëser Säit) Do you own a garden and you wish to make it a happy place for pollinators? Or you know a place in the Uelzechtdall that could be turned into a wild flower heaven? Or you want to learn about the decline of …

Seminar on wild flower meadows Read More »

Zero Waste Workshop

About Our zero waste workshop will take place on the 12 February from 6pm at the Veräinshaus Hunsdorf. You can of course join later during the evening. We will make: Beewraps Tawashi DIY-Deodorant What you can bring, if you happen to have it at home: Coconut oil Sodium bicarbonate Maizena (maize starch) Little glasses or …

Zero Waste Workshop Read More »

Graupesushi Cooking Workshop

Overview Camille lead a workshop on how to make “Graupesushi”. We had fun learning how to make sushi without rice. At the same time, we discussed why the consumption of rice can be seen as problematic as its production is an important methane emitter which is a much stronger greenhouse gas than CO2. Photos