Some of Foundation's Projects

  • Planning and implementation of the Kurlandtag in April of 2000, which more than 80 participants attended
  • Contribution to the renovation of Edwahlen castle (Latvian cultural center) in Courland
  • Contribution to the rehabilitation of the baroque Appricken church in Courland, implemented in cooperation with the Federal German government
  • Replacement of all windows and doors of Stenden church in Courland is begun
  • Delivery of a tractor, a seeder, a computer, and an automobile to the psycho-neurological clinic 'Tabor' in Mitau (Jelgava)
  • Funding of a German publication edited by the museum of Ruhenthal castle
  • Edition of a tri-lingual documentation of the church in Alt-Born, now in Riga
  • Contribution to having the captions of exhibits in a Riga museum translated into German
  • Expansion of a collection of photographs of historic sepulchers in Courland
  • Contributions to genealogical research ¬∑ Publication of the eighth issue of the KURLAND series
  • Funding for the publication 'Garrosen und Lambertshof' by the museum of Ruhenthal castle
  • Grant for the extension of the castle and cultural center in Edwahlen in Courland
  • Contribution to replaching the floor of Ilmajen church in Courland
  • Replacement of all windows and doors of Stenden church in Courland completed
  • Cooperation in constructive outside repair work for Rudbahren manor (Latvian school with boarding facilities) in Courland
  • Delivery of furniture to the psycho-neurological hospital 'Tabor' in Mitau (Jelgawa)
  • Data capture for electronic data processing of the register on the records concerning the Courlandic Knightage kept by the State's Archives in Riga;
  • Support grant to the author of a study on the history of Courland
  • Edition of Count Paul v. der Pahlen's memoirs
  • Funding of genealogical research on Courlandic families, with special regard to newly discovered Polish sources
  • Publication of the nineth issue of the KURLAND serie