SARGANSERLAND-WERDENBERG IN ZAHLEN:
8. June 2021 — von Heidi Troisio
New tourism director: "The Werdenberg area has potential"
Jörg Steiner is the new face of Werdenberg Tourism. The former deputy director of Schaffhauserland Tourism tells us in an interview why he is positively surprised by the Werdenberg tourism region and which tasks he will tackle first.
25. May 2021 — von Heidi Troisio
Renewable energy - teenagers generate electricity for their mobile phones themselves
How do you bring the topic of renewable energies closer to young people in an interesting way? With their smartphones, of course. At an experiential workshop run by Rii-Seez-Power, senior school students in Sarganserland and Werdenberg learn how to generate electricity for their mobile phones…
14. May 2021 — Heidi Troisio und Christoph Gull
Municipality of Flums: A chat with Christoph Gull
With this series of municipalities, we introduce you to the 14 municipalities of the Sarganserland Werdenberg area in a special way. Christoph Gull, mayor of Flums, is the first to tell you all about them.
16. April 2021 — von Heidi Troisio
Flott-Bikes new in the "Energy City" Buchs
Buchs is the first city in Switzerland introducing Flott-Bikes. These are e-bikes that can be rented via app. The "Energie City" of Buchs is thus taking a further step towards reducing the emission of environmentally harmful greenhouse gases.
7. April 2021 — von Heidi Troisio
ReparierBar Sarganserland sets an example against the throwaway mentality
" Repairing instead of throwing away". This is the motto of the ReparierBar Sarganserland. Senior citizens repair objects in the fields of electronics, electrics, mechanics/metal, wood, textiles and bicycles. In an interview, initiator Sepp Dietrich talks about his goals and the current challenges.
30. March 2021 — Heidi Troisio
"Schönheit" art project shows the diverse work of regional artists
The beauty of life is reflected in a picture, a sculpture, a song. This is what over 70 regional artists are showing at the "Schönheit" exhibition from 10 April to 7 May in the Werdenberg area. The pieces can be admired in galleries, banks, cafés and shops.