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The training “Community Forestry Control” is aimed at bringing the public into control in the forestry sector, improving cooperation with forestry staff, and spreading knowledge about the conservation of forest ecosystems.
The training will be held on November 15-16 in Zolochiv, Lviv region.
To participate in the training, fill out the form: http://bit.ly/2ppEqf6
We will notify you of the results of the consideration of your application as soon as possible.
Maximum number of participants (20 people);
Registration deadline (until November 10, 2019).
Participation in training is free. We also provide lodging and meals during the training, as well as return travel by rail or bus.
Our goal is forest conservation and sustainable use of forest resources by strengthening public control in the forest industry and involving the public in forest protection. We expect participants to actively participate in the training and further work in the area of public control of the forest industry and forest conservation.
The training is organized by the NGO Danube-Carpathian Program with the support of the Whitley Foundation https://whitleyaward.org/
Moderator: Anatoly Pavelko
Trainers: Bohdan Prots, Anatoly Pavelko, Vasyl Gavrilyuk, Igor Skolsky.
NGO “Danube-Carpathian Program” is a team of experts and scientists on ecology, nature protection, sustainable development of natural ecosystems, forestry, wetlands, ecological law and other problems of conservation and sustainable development of the environment. We carry out scientific studies, prepare expert opinions on environmental impact assessment, work on improving the effectiveness of environmental legislation, etc.
The training is conducted within the framework of the implementation of the EcoVarta program of the NGO Danube-Carpathian Program. The roots of EcoVarta are related to the Forest Watch public movement, but it is more focused on transferring expertise knowledge to the public and increasing the effectiveness of public cooperation with the forest industry. EcoVarta will also cover other areas of work, including the conservation of natural rivers and other wetlands.