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Discover mountain plants and their virtues: go on a gathering hike, deepen your theoretical knowledge and then put it into practice during workshops.
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As a real farmer would do, children take care of the animals and the garden. They also make a little DIY.
Have you always dreamt of becoming a DIY expert? Come and learn the basics of carpentry with a mediator from the Ecomusée du Bois et de la forêt! In complete safety, you will make an object with real tools and leave with your work!
In this workshop, children and their parents discover, through a story, the animals that lived in the traditional farms of Bornand, with a physical, sensory and fun approach.
During a workshop, learn woodcarving with the sculptor Delphine Gohard and create your own Savoyard-style rose window.
The Association des Fromages Traditionnels des Alpes Savoyardes (Association of Traditional Cheeses of the Savoy Alps) introduces you to the world of PDO-IGP Savoy cheeses, PDO Savoy wines and PGI Savoy apples and pears, followed by a tasting.
Wrongly considered as "unloved", bats are harmless and extraordinary. With your family, come and discover these protected species and make them a cosy shelter with the animators of the League for the Protection of Birds..
In this four-handed workshop, Béatrice Lescarcelle invites you to create a "Game of the Goose"-style game board and to take the bornandine cow Neige to Paris.
From the garden to the plate, go with your family pick up your vegetables at the Heritage house garden and use them to cook traditional dishes for your meal with Béatrice Lescarcelle.
In diesem von Béatrice Lescarcelle geleiteten Workshop lernen Sie die Kunst des Linolschnitts kennen und fertigen Ihre eigenen Motive und Drucke an... Ein Thema wird vorgegeben: Die Kuh!
Why are the landscapes of our mountains so different? Limestone or granite? Thanks to simple and playful experiments, the mediators of the Centre de la Nature Montagnarde will help you discover geology in a new light.
During a workshop, Michel Rostalski introduces you to alpine plants and suggests an original way to consume them by making your own syrup and jelly from wild plants.