top of page
20210528-ValDeVesle-web-screen-nomade-ph

Heritage

The Municipality of Val-de-Vesle was born in 1965 from the merger of 3 small municipalities (WEZ, THUISY and COURMELOIS).

 

Thanks to its vast expanse, its rivers (Vesle and Prosne), its marshes (Natura 2000 site), its parks and its remarkable trees, the Commune has a rich natural heritage that must be preserved._cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

During the 10th edition of the trophies of the "French Capital of Biodiversity" competition,

 

Val-de-Vesle has been designated

"Best village

for biodiversity 2021"

in the category of municipalities with less than 2,000 inhabitants.

capitale-francaise-biodiversite.png
téléchargement.png

This competition has been organized for 10 years under the aegis of the Ministry of Ecological Transition.

This award rewards the work carried out in terms of land and functional preservation of the surroundings of the Vesle and the Prosne, of the exceptional wetland of the Courmelois marsh, whose management is ensured by the Conservatory of natural spaces.

pieddepage-arbre2.png
pieddepage-arbre1.png
63290.png

CARTOGRAPHY

The territory extends over more than 37.45 km² or 3,745 hectares.

It is crossed by 2 rivers, wetlands classified Natura 2000: "The remarkable Marshes of Courmelois" ...

20210528-ValDeVesle-web-screen-nomade-ph

REMARKABLE TREES

These trees fascinate us by their rarity, their age, their dimensions, their symbolic force... Here are the 4 remarkable trees of the Commune.

14273.jpg
territoire-engage-pour-la-nature.png

Territory Committed to Nature (TEN)

Val-de-Vesle has been recognized as an "Engaged Territory for Nature" by the French Office for Biodiversity!

21835.png

Biodiversity Diagnosis

A diagnosis of municipal biodiversity was carried out in 2017 in partnership with the LPO.

31973.png

Green frame
and blue

The territory extends over more than 37.45 km² or 3,745 hectares.

It is crossed by 2 rivers, wetlands classified Natura 2000: "The remarkable Marshes of Courmelois" ...

28404.png

Swamp restoration

Ecological wealth
marshes of Courmelois
is recognized by the European Natura 2000 network.

19352.png

Educational Terrestrial Area (ATE)

School and pupils of Val-de-Vesle invest in an Educational Terrestrial Area in partnership with the Conservatory of natural spaces Champagne-Ardenne

26915.png

Biodiversity and citizenship

Nature outings and exhibitions for the general public are organized to promote and promote local biodiversity!

63927.png

Refuge for Bats

Val-de-Vesle signed an agreement in 2020 to guarantee the survival of Bats (All species are protected)

35271.png

Totems

The Commune, concerned about
its heritage and its history, has decided to highlight
value certain interesting places in its territory, thanks to totems.

63927.jpg

The Mausoleum Alexandre de Bary

This remarkable mausoleum, near the marshes, recalls the presence of Alexandre de Bary whose history is linked to that of champagne GH MUMM

97038.jpg

Church of Saint-Maur in Courmelois

This church has been decommissioned and classified as a Historic Monument since 1920

20210528-ValDeVesle-web-screen-nomade-ph
fondation-du-patrimoine.png

Restoration of the bell tower of the Church of Wez

In partnership with the Heritage Foundation

bottom of page