The "BALTIC MAKERS" project explores the possibilities of linking innovative IT tools (such as e-commerce or social media) with growing interest and demand for handmade goods.
The project partners from Lithuania, Finland, Latvia and Poland will jointly research and practice how these new technologies can be applied for commercialisation and professionalisation of the craftspeople from the Baltic Sea Region. The Foundation for Landscape Protection is the project's initiator.
Project duration: 1 September 2017-31 August 2018
Project budget: 50,000.00 €
The project "BALTIC MAKERS. Craftspeople and artisans in the Baltic Sea Region for commercialisation of handmade goods" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Baltic Sea Region 2014-2020 programme as well as from the state budget resources.
"The Polish-German Beer Route" is a tourism enhancement-oriented project that tries to revive brewing traditions in the Polish-Saxon cross-border region where they date back to the 13th century. Thanks to the creation of the beer route addressed to the tourists, new jobs in tourism and related industries can appear in the region.
The Foundation for Landscape Protection is the lead partner of the project implemented together with the association Tourismusverein Bautzen from Germany.
Project duration: 1 April 2017-31 December 2017
Project total budget: € 21.783,30
ERDF co-financing: € 18.515,80
The project "Joint Concept and Promotion of the Polish-German Beer Route" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Small Projects Fund of the Interreg Poland-Saxony 2014-2022 programme as well as from the state budget resources.
The "RESTAURA" project is aiming at identifying, testing, evaluating and promoting good practices on public-private partnership (PPP) approach in revitalisation of the objects of historical value.
"RESTAURA" brings together 10 partners from 4 countries: Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Croatia. The Foundation for Landscape Protection is responsible for one of the project's thematic packages.
Project duration: 1 June 2016-31 May 2019
Project total budget: € 2.086.281,50
ERDF co-financing: € 1.773.339,27
The project "RESTAURA. Revitalising historic buildings through public-private partnership schemes" is co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg Central Europe 2014-2020 programme as well as from the state budget resources.
The main idea behind the "BALTIC STORIES − Seed Money Project" project is to develop event tourism and attract more tourists to the Baltic Sea Region. This is to be achieved through joint, wide-scale promotion of the region's numerous events and festivals inspired by local cultural heritage.
The project involves partners from Denmark, Sweden, Poland and Estonia. The Foundation for Landscape Protection is the project's lead partner.
Project duration: April-November 2016
The project "BALTIC STORIES. Event tourism in the Baltic Sea Region based on stories, traditions and common cultural identity" is co-financed from the Seed Money Facility EUSBSR instrument as well as from the state budget resources.