During the project following activities took place:
Two expeditions to cultural heritage and nature objects (sites) projected by G.Kuphaldt in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia took place on 22-23 September, 2021 in Estonia and Rīga and on 24-25 May 2022 in Lithuania and Latvia. 32 persons: landscape architects, artisanals (gardeners), cultural heritage researchers, cultural heritage objects managers, tourist guides and municipal employees participated.
Two open air workshops for landscape architecture students in the Eleja and Žagare manor parks were organized in Eleja Manor park with 19 students from Kaunas Forestry and Environmental Engineering University of Applied Sciences and 20 students from University of Latvia’s Life Sciences and Technology University.
Research of historical materials and knowledge on G.Kuphaldt parks and gardens was done and set of materials created: https://www.lbtu.lv/sites/default/files/files/projects/Set_of_historical_materials_FINAL.pdf
The strategy, concept, visualisations and solutions for application of multimedia and digital technologies for the new exhibition hall in the Eleja Manor Park were developed:
Two new walking routes (the dendrological and landscape architecture) in Žagare Manor park prepared and compilated in the booklet:
Interactive indoor exposition with educational programmes in VR format for Žagare Manor Park was developed.
Outdoor educational programme for Žagare Manor Park for learning cultural heritage and nature values developed:
50 informative-educational stands were placed in Žagare Manor Park about cultural heritage, architectural and dendrological objects.
Brochure on Eleja and Žagare cultural heritage sites – manor parks and G.Kuphaldt heritage was produced:
Extended travel route itinerary and maps capturing the circle route of Jelgava, Dobele, Tērvete, Žagare, Joniškis, Eleja, outlining main points of interest, nature and culture heritage, information on local services availability were prepared:
Promotional trip for LV and LT journalists, tourism operators and culture and nature bloggers to the manor parks was organized on 22 September, 2022. with 12 participants.
Two seminars for professionals: landscape architects, cultural heritage and nature sites managers, researchers, historians, artisanals (gardeners) took place online on 1 and 14 December,2021.
Exhibition hall (415.3 m2) in Eleja Manor Park was constructed and opened on 20 October, 2022. alongside with the final event of the project.
Interactive indoor exposition about G.Kuphaldt and Žagare Manor Park was developed.