Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Greenpeace-Talks-to-Visitors-at-Castlefest-27MZIFV2HK31.htmlConceptually similarCastlefest Visitor Signs KFC PetitionGP047CSCompleted★★★★Castlefest Visitor Signs KFC PetitionGP047CTCompleted★★★★Castlefest Visitor Signs KFC PetitionGP047COCompleted★★★★Castlefest Visitor Signs KFC PetitionGP047CRCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Netherlands at CastlefestGP047CXCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Volunteer at CastlefestGP0STOMIECompleted★★★★Greenpeace Volunteer Talks to Visitors at CastlefestGP0STOMINCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Volunteer Talks to Visitors at CastlefestGP0STOMIMCompleted★★★★Greenpeace Volunteer Talks to Visitors at CastlefestGP0STOMILCompleted★★★★View AllGP047CUGreenpeace Talks to Visitors at CastlefestDuring the Castlefest Festival at real estate Keukenhof near Lisse, volunteers and employees of Greenpeace inform the public about the Forests campaign and collect as many signatures as possible for the KFC campaign.In original language:Greenpeace vrijwilligers en medewerker Hendrik de Lint in gesprek met bezoekers festivalTijdens het Castlefest festival op landgoed Keukenhof bij Lisse informeren vrijwilligers en medewerkers van Greenpeace de bezoekers en halen handtekeningen op voor de KFC campagne.Locations:Keukenhof Park-Lisse-Netherlands-Western EuropeDate:5 Aug, 2012Credit:© Greenpeace / Cris Toala OlivaresMaximum size:5408px X 3704pxKeywords:Day-Festivals-Forests (campaign title)-Fundraising-Greenpeace campaigners-Greenpeace staff-Greenpeace volunteers-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Outdoors-People-Petitions-Public engagement-Traditional clothingShoot:Castlefest Festival in the NetherlandsThe fantasy festival Castlefest is a yearly music event at a country estate near Lisse. The visitors are dressed in fairytale or medieval costumes. Greenpeace has set up a stand where people can get information about the forest campaign, buy merchandise and have their picture made with a banner. For the children there is a corner to create a colorful banner. Two people dressed in tree-costumes are wandering around to give the visitors the opportunity for a 'tree-hug".