The starting signal was given for the LEADER funding region Hohenlohe-Tauber in the north of Baden-Württemberg. In the coming months, the regional development concept is to be developed for the successful application for the upcoming LEADER funding period 2023-2017.
On 19 October 2021, the LEADER region of Hohenlohe-Tauber got off to a flying start with a regional forum open to all. While citizens, expert partners and representatives of the municipalities and districts had already been able to communicate their attitudes to the region and initial ideas in advance via an online survey, they and interested members of the public now met for the first time in a joint event.
To take advantage of the opportunities offered by an analogue and digital event, a hybrid concept was developed for the regional forum: Whether from home, on the road, from one's own office or classically on site in the reservoir hall in Mulfingen, everyone could choose the format that suited their own preferences or travel times. After a joint start in the plenary, work was done digitally and on site on five topics:
- Recreation and culture
- Public services, village/urban development
- Ecological and social sustainability
- Future-oriented economy
- Natural and cultural landscape and forestry/agriculture
The aim was to work out strengths and weaknesses as well as initial needs for action and project ideas for the region.
The participation process continues with strategy workshops in which the fields of action of the region are discussed in more detail.
Further information on the LEADER region Hohenlohe-Tauber can be found here.
Contact persons atIfLS: Olliver Müller (mueller[at]ifls.de), Hanna Kramer (kramer[at]ifls.de) and Dr. Ulrich Gehrlein (gehrlein[at]ifls.de)