Love my homeland!

To love means to protect, love, and take care of the environment. Under this slogan, an ecological and educational event was held, which was attended by local students of the Tereblya Valley.

During the class, students learned how to contribute to the nature conservation of the native land, and how to make it more beautiful, cleaner, and attractive. It’s possible if you do not throw waste into the river, do not destroy or cut down trees, but on the contrary, plant new ones, make and hang bird feeders, and fence anthills.

Young nature lovers actively participated in the conversation and then depicted the natural world of their native land in pictures. Each creative work of the participants of the event is a look through the eyes of children at the relationship between humans and nature. Everyone was encouraged to learn more about the laws of nature created by God and never to harm the environment because it is the work of the Creator. Such classes form an understanding of the importance of nature protection, and its importance for people, and instill a love for caring for our homeland.

The event was hosted by Lyubov Grechyn, a specialist in the Department of Ecological and Educational work of Synevir National Nature Park. The event was held in cooperation with the Institute of Ecological and Religious Studies (IERS) (headed by Alexander Bokotey with the support of the German Nature Conservation Union (NABU), project coordinator Ivan Tymofeiev.

Informational Service of IERS

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