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HOW TO DEVELOP FOOD TOURISM IN REGIONS? LATVIAN BUSINESSES SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCE WITH BELARUSIANS
Published at : 2013-09-29

On September 25-27, Belarusian entrepreneurs and managers working in the culinary businesses of Vitebsk region, northern Belarus, visited the neighboring region of Latgale in Latvia. More than 30 Belarusian participants of this study trip evaluated the most innovative practices of their Latvian colleagues and tasted the dishes they serve for European food tourists. The visit was organized thanks to the project Bella Cuisine that brings together Latvian and Belarusian culinary business aiming to preserve national culinary traditions and to attract tourists through the European Network of Culinary Heritage. The project is funded by the European Union; Interakcia together with Latvian and Belarusian partners are implementing the initiative.


ECOLOGICAL POSTS FOR CLEANING UP SMALL RIVERS TO BE CREATED IN NORTHERN BELARUS
Published at : 2013-08-06

This news was announced at the public presentation of the project Small Rivers – Big Challenges on July 25. The initiative is being implemented in Vitebsk region, northern Belarus, by Interakcia Foundation, several local governments, and another Belarusian NGO thanks to the funding provided by the European Union. Building on local citizens’ activism, the project helps to monitor and protect the small rivers forming the basin of the Disna River, a major tributary of the Daugava (Western Dvina) River that runs into the Baltic Sea.


TRADITIONAL DISHES FROM NORTHERN BELARUS ATRACT FOOD TOURISTS AT A CULINARY FESTIVAL IN LATVIA
Published at : 2013-07-22

On July 20, 2013, a festival of culinary heritage took place in Rezekne, Latvia. The festival was part of the project Bella Cuisine that brings together Latvian and Belarusian culinary business aiming to preserve national culinary traditions and to attract tourists through the European Network of Culinary Heritage. The funding for the project was provided by the European Union, while Interakcia together with Latvian and Belarusian partners are implementing the initiative.