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Stevninghus Stevninghus ThierryTournet-ttournet@scout.org At Stevninghus you are welcome by yourself, in small or big groups or as a participant in the ?Blue Summer Jamboree?, which brings together about 24,000 Scouts every fifth year. We are open all year and are in the office every day from 8:00 ? 15:00.

Stevninghus is a large Guide and Scout camp. Here are a lot of possibilities for sleeping in door as well as out on the estate. Most of the site is farmland with continual grass. On the estate there is endless possibilities for activities and for enjoying nature: - Ny Hedeby, our viking village is the base of many viking activities. - We are situated on the banks of the Lake Hostrup and therefore you can go fishing, swimming or rafting We have small wood areas and many small lakes to discover.

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No No Stevninghus; Det Danske Spejderkorps. The Danish Guide and Scout Association. Holmvej 54.965611 9.421028 Stevninghus is a large Guide and Scout camp. Here are a lot of possibilities for sleeping in door as well as out on the estate. Most of the site is farmland with continual grass. stevninghus@post.dds.dk Stevninghus Holmvej 9 DK-6200 Aabenraa. +45 74 68 71 00 +45 74 68 72 02 Stevninghus is placed 3,5 km from the village Kliplev

Kliplev can be reached by direct train from Copenhagen. By car Stevninghus is only 5 min. from motorway E45. Drop of at exit ?72? Kliplev. Drive to Kliplev and follow the signs from the church to the Stevninghus.

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Stevninghus has its own water supply. The quality of drinking water and the lake for swimming is tested regularly. There is a huge solar system that provides the hot water to the showers for our campsite guests. Our 14 buildings have a computer based regulation of heating. We run our heating system on wood pellets. Its simple and working well. The recycling system for garbage is not so advanced but still working well.

Danfoss Univers is a science park only 45 min. from here. In the Experience-park they show a lot about nature, basic physics and modern technologies. On the westcoast of Jutland is the North sea - strong and beautiful. There are guided trips with rangers in different languages and you can explore the dikes and floodgate. You can visit a deer farm. See the beautiful deer and learn about having wild animals in farms. Visit an organic milk farm and see the dairy, where they make organic milk products. The Dybbøl Mill and center for the war between Denmark and Germany in 1864 is an interesting historical working museum sited at a beautiful place. Hiking-routes with good sleeping possibilities in combination with bicycle, buses or train are near to here, show the variety of the Danish nature.

Passive Environmental education programme examples and samples: Solar energy Watersupply We have rabbits, goat and horses. Active Environmental education programme examples and samples: Make your dinner from nature. Catch insects in the lakes and determine the water quality. Viking handcrafts. Learn to use things from nature to make your daily needs. Try the fire heated hot top.

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Catch your fish and prepare it in 3 different ways

The estate has over a long time period been run as an organic farm, with once or twice harvesting grass. The landscape has changed and we have now more different frogs and birds then ten years ago. Along ?Jagtstien? (The hunting path) we let the forest take care of itself. Many trees fall for the storms and now its like a rainforest or jungle. We always try to think of how to save energy in all that we buy and do.

To reduce our use of energy. To provide solar power to the 3 decentralised toilet buildings. To find another solution for Holmgaard which still has an oil stove.

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