Workplace garden for wellbeing: Le Jardin de Vosgelis

Vosgelis is engaged in a process of social and environmental responsibility, which has resulted in a detailed action plan. As part of the programme, Vosgelis created a shared garden for its employees at an easily accessible location. Let’s find out more about thie workplace garden for wellbeing…

How do employees use the workplace garden?

The employees’ garden is the first initiative in the region that goes beyond simple gardening.

On the head office terrace, which is easily accessible for all employees (adjoining the refectory), 9 vegetable gardens and 6 planters were made available to the employees as well as the necessary accessories: bins, biological potting soil, rainwater collector, composter, insect hotel, winter feeders and drinkers for birds.

The volunteers, organised in teams of 3, share a vegetable garden and a planter where they plant whatever they want. The only obligation being to respect the principles of organic farming. Employees bring their seeds and plants, and they can garden during their break time.

These gardens are also an opportunity to organise awareness-raising sessions on composting, organic farming and the need for healthy eating.

How does this contribute to Vosgelis’ workplace strategy?

Vosgelis is a modern and innovative company that encourages new working methods. The garden project is just one of the ways that Vosgelis shows that it cares for the welfare of its employees.

Find out more

To find out more on this workplace garden for wellbeing, please do not hesitate to contact Vosgelis’ Coordinator through the Members Only Zone. If you are not yet a member of Eurhonet, find out how to join us.

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