"Satul Verde" Association
EVEHD – Engaging Volunteers In European Heritage Discovery
EVEHD - Engaging Volunteers In European Heritage Discovery

EVEHD – ENGAGING VOLUNTEERS IN EUROPEAN HERITAGE DISCOVERY The EVEHD project is a partnership between 6 European organisations that came together because of common interests in engaging volunteers to undertake a broad range of cultural patrimony research tasks. By engaging volunteers in cultural patrimony research, we seek two complimentary outcomes – empowerment of individuals through [...]

FILE – ‘Festivals for Informal Learning in Europe’
 FILE - 'Festivals for Informal Learning in Europe'

The  FILE – ‘Festivals for Informal Learning in Europe’ project brings together rural communities from Scotland, Romania and Slovenia. The 3 organisations involved in the project are: ARCH –Scotland, “Satul verde” – Romania and Društvo za ohranitev naravne in kulturne dediščine Selenca  - Slovenia. The project revolves around local festivals and celebrations that have elements [...]

Saving traditional landscapes for sustainable rural development
Saving traditional landscapes for sustainable rural development

      Between 24-28th April 2014 two members of “Satul verde” Association took part in the mobility project “Saving traditional landscapes for sustainable rural development”  at Náttúrustofa Vestfjarða, Selfoss, Iceland. The mobility project aimed to identify project ideas within the  NGO fund.  “Satul verde”  members  had meetings with  staff from The Folk Museum in Eyrarbakki ( [...]

VAST VIEW Romania
VAST VIEW Romania

VAST VIEW Romania The action in Romania took place between 16-25th June 2013 in the village of Rîmeț, Alba county. The main aim of the action was the building of a wooden, stone & clay house with a thatched roof. In the future this house will host the ethnographic museum of the village. Volunteers from [...]

Awakening the Green Man
Awakening the Green Man

The “ Awakening the Green Man” project reunites partners from Europe’s rural fringes, UK, Germany, & Romania, who have come together to give adults an opportunity to learn more about their trees and forests. Forests are particularly important in rural areas and were very connected to rural people’s identity, both providing a sense of place [...]

VAST VIEW – Viking Age Skills Training – Venues, Infrastructure, Engagement, Work
VAST VIEW - Viking Age Skills Training - Venues, Infrastructure, Engagement, Work

  Type of project: LEONARDO DA VINCI Transfer of innovation Coordinator: Náttúrustofa Vestfjarða – Iceland Partners: Landbúnaðarháskóli Íslands (The Agricultural University of Iceland) – Iceland Stokkar og Steinar – Iceland Grampus Heritage & Training Limited – UK Moorforge -UK Bildungshaus Heideland HVHS –Germany Ed-consult – Denmark Asociatia ‘Satul verde’ – Romania VAST-VIEW addresses loss of [...]

Awakening the Green Man-UK
Awakening the Green Man-UK

The third meeting of the  “Awakening the Green Man”  project took part between 10-15 October in Cumbria, UK.The purpose of the action was to raise the participants’ awareness about the importance of forests & old trees protection.The action focused on the ash trees at Long Meg Stone Circle and those in Geltsdale wood pasture ( [...]

Awakening the Green Man-Romania
Awakening the Green Man-Romania

The “Awakening the Green Man” action took place in  Romania between 1- 7 July 2012. 11 adults from the UK and Germany and other local people from the Apuseni Mountains  were present.The action concentrated on discovering various uses of wood and forests in the area. Each participant made an alpenhorn under the guidance of a [...]

Awakening the Green Man – Germany
Awakening the Green Man - Germany

6 adults from Romania took part in the “Awakening the Green Man” action held in Germany between 3-8th May 2012. The action concentrated on finding the places of origin for some forest- inspired stories and also on reading and inventing stories about forests and trees.The participants looked for the ”green man” symbol in the “Ringenhain [...]

Grundtvig Workshop – Mask making- living the Romanian village culture
Grundtvig Workshop - Mask making- living the Romanian village culture

12 adults from Cyprus, Iceland, Latvia, UK, Slovakia and Romania took part in the Grundtvig workshop that was held between 7-12 May 2012 in Sibiel.The participants made traditional Romanian masks using various recyclable  materials:wool, furs, hemp, horns, fabrics.They experimented country life in a typical Romanian village, getting an insight into Romanian culture and tradition. The [...]