Craft Skills in Garden Conservation: “Ponds and Fountains”, “Pathways and Stone Walls”, and “Orangery Plants”

Join international experts during three workshops

The partners of the “Craft Skills in Garden Conservation” project are offering three more workshops in the final project year, 2024. Together with the project leader, the Vea Green Technical College in Norway, these partners are organising the following workshops, in which the practical exchange of experience always includes introductions, practical exercises and excursions:

On 4 and 5 June 2024, the “Ponds and Fountains in historic paks and gardens” workshop will take place in the park of Paleis Het Loo in Apeldoorn and with visits to other historic gardens.

In Sweden, Gunnebo House and Gardens will host the workshop “Pathways and stone wall management in historic parks and gardens” on 27 and 28 August 2024 at Gunnebo in Mölndal.

The Dyck Castle Foundation and the EGHN, together with its partner Paleis Het Loo, are organising the workshop on “Management of orangery plants in historic gardens” on 10 and 11 September 2024 in the park and greenhouses of Paleis Het Loo in Apeldoorn, Netherlands.

The links will take you to the respective workshop page on the project website. There you will find more detailed, up-to-date information and a link to register. Participation is free of charge. As there is great interest, you should apply early to take part. We were only able to invite 24 people to the “Trees in a changing climate” workshop at Schloss Dyck and Schloss Benrath from the numerous registrations.

Many presentations held during previous webinars and short reports as well as first videos from workshops can be found on the project’s YouTube channel.

The CSGC project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the EU.