12.09. - 27.09.2020
Introduction: Look forward to manual work in beautiful nature and open-hearted village life. This ecology-workcamp is a cooperation with the regional office for nature and landscape protection in Tuebingen and the regional organisation for the preservation of the cultural heritage. Two hills of a former wine-growing area near the famous old university town of Tuebingen in Hirschau are well-known as a habitat for rare and endangered species and have been declared nature reserves. These areas have to be maintained regularly. Bushes and trees should not overrun vegetation, therefore shelters have to be built for protection. If you want to get further information on the region, please click here.
Type of Work: Working with experts; woods and meadows have to be cut and cleared and dead wood has to be removed from the protected area
Study Theme: Agriculture and environment; ecological issues; biotope- and nature protection; geology; study tour to explore flora, fauna and habitat; history of Tübingen
Accommodation: In a municipal building on camp beds. Sanitation in the same building. You will cook together in the big kitchen.
Qualifications: Interest in ecological topics; being prepared for physical work
Location: Tübingen is situated about 50 km south of Stuttgart in a beautiful area of Baden-Wuerttemberg. The cityscape is characterised by historical monuments on the one hand and by new buildings and institutions such as parks, theatres and museums on the other hand.
Transport hub: The nearest airport is the ‘Airport Stuttgart’. To get to and from the airport, you can take the shuttle bus. For further information please click here
By train: Take a train to “Tübingen main station” and continue by bus. For further information please click here.
Notes: You will work in a slope position; therefore you have to be properly equipped. Sturdy shoes required! Internet only at several places in the village.
Organization Description: This workcamp is organized by the German branch of Service Civil International (SCI). SCI Germany was founded in 1946 and is approved as a non-profit organisation. We are one of the oldest peace and volunteer organisations. SCI Germany aims to promote peace, non-violence, international solidarity, social justice, sustainable development and cross-cultural exchange through international voluntary work. We cooperate with a network of branches and partners in more than 90 countries. Every year, SCI Germany organizes about 50 international workcamps in Germany.
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