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Visiting the mills along the Rižana River

As part of the MiR project “From mill to mill” supported by EU funds, a thematic promenade with four Points of Peace along the Rižana River and its mills is being established.

The trail will present the natural and cultural heritage of the Rižana River and the mills built for the needs of the former two mills, which are located at the beginning and end of the trail. To this end, the Science and Research Centre Koper has already cleared the surroundings of the Rižana River and designed a footpath by mowing and mulching. They have already started holding public events and focusing on Istrian cultural heritage and the river as a source of energy. “Along the river and at the Bordon tourist farm, we have already implemented several workshops for primary school pupils on milling with a tour of the old mill and a conversation with a former miller, and several workshops regarding the Rižana River used as an energy source by making little wooden water mills. We have also already organised a cleaning campaign and a meeting of artists along the river, as well as a presentation of the entire project to all the local residents by signing a Charter for respectful and responsible management of Slovenian waters” said project manager dr. Vesna Mikolič.

The project is already getting its final shape, and the Science and Research Centre Koper intends to clean access to water at four points, set up benches made of natural materials and a board giving information about the river. They will also continue to hold workshops and public events for various target audiences, such as the local population, tourists, school-age children, young people, pensioners, entrepreneurs, lovers of sustainable living, etc.

Beneficiary: Science and Research Centre Koper

Programme: Operational Programme for the Implementation of the European Cohesion Policy in the Period 2014-2020

Fund:  European Regional Development Fund

Total project funding: EUR 124,367.20

EU contribution: EUR 93,472.31

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