In order to fulfil these tasks, the union works closely with numerous partners such as the ANF, the Natural History Museum, the Ministry of Spatial Planning, the Ministry of Economy, the Southern Regional Tourist Board and the non-profit association IKCNCI.
Specifically, she mentions two examples of activities that took place this summer in the nature reserve „Giele Botter – Prënzebierg“:
- Rocklines: illuminating the region from a new angle to discover it in a geopoetic way. The idea is to mix science (geography, geology) and literature (poetry, writing, emotions, creativity) according to one‘s walks in nature.
- Geoheritage days: days of geological heritage during which the geology of our region as well as of the Mullerthal could be explored during a weekend of visits.
Gaëlle Tavernier is not short of ideas. Among other things, she envisions a climate forum developed by and for young people. Because she rightly knows how important young people are for climate protection measures.
Many thanks to Gaëlle Tavernier for her valuable cooperation.