More than 25 applications for the Ecological and Natural Landscape Heritage Prize 2023

The applications for the third edition of the Ecological and Natural Landscape Heritage Prize ended on a very positive note for the Foundation. A total of 25 admissible applications were received, with projects in rural and urban areas, in France and in Switzerland.

The Foundation and its partners, the association Terre & Humanisme specialized in ecology and permaculture, as well as the landscape architect Frédérique Tézenas du Montcel will study each project until the end of March in order to select 5 finalists. These will then be submitted to the annual jury vote.

The Foundation will bring together the jury and its partners at the end of April to discuss and elect the winner of the year. A 'Jury's Favourite' project could also be nominated, to whom the Foundation would offer days of advice from the Terre & Humanisme association, to accompany them in their project.

The vote will be kept secret until the award ceremony and the launch of the next edition in September. The exact date will be announced shortly.

The Foundation warmly thanks each of the candidates who participated and wishes them a good continuation in their projects, whatever the outcome of the votes!