Natural and cultural landscapes

Fundaziun Pro Terra Engiadina

God Tamangur – Arvenwald – Engadin Scuol Zernez – Dominik Täuber
Tourism Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG is a founding member of the Fundaziun Pro Terra Engiadina (PTE). The PTE provides a platform for the cooperation of all relevant regional institutions that are active in the areas of nature and landscape. It promotes the development of ecological values in the Lower Engadin and the Samnaun Valley in harmony with social and economic demands.
Regional projects are to be coordinated and supported across sectors through cooperation between tourism, forestry and agriculture, nature conservation and landscape protection. The objectives of the PTE include the promotion of regional agricultural products, the involvement of guests in landscape conservation, the positioning of the region as a nature-oriented holiday and recreation area and cross-border cooperation in other Alpine action areas.
Val Plavna im UNESCO-Biosphärenreservat Engiadina Val Müstair – Travelita
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On the road with nature experts

On excursions and hikes you can stimulate all your senses and see the undiscovered under expert guidance and reward curiosity about it with valuable knowledge.

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Artikel Pro Terra

Portrait of the Pro Terra Engiadina

An overview of the diverse activities, ranging from water management and training courses to environmental operations such as dry stone walling or dry willow maintenance.
Portrait in the ALLEGRA magazine (only in German)
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Arbeitseinsatz im Unterengadin – Biodiversität – Ferienregion Engadin Scuol Zernez

NatürActiva Holidays under the sign of nature

Would you like to switch off from your daily work routine, spend time in nature and dive into a pristine world? Working for the environment in the Lower Engadin is the perfect way to find time out.

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Heckenlandschaft in San Niclà, Tschlin in der Ferienregion Engadin Scuol Zernez

The diversity of the hedgerow landscape

In 2020, the first hedge championships took place in the Lower Engadin. Hedges are important habitats for many animal and plant species. The championship honours the farmers' performance.

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