To become familiar with wetlands, sea dunes, forest wealth and the diverse natural values of Latvia – all of which are offered by the Natural Conservation Authority's natural centres throughout Latvia this autumn. Educational establishments are invited to take advantage of the opportunity to participate in spot-on activities in nature.
The Nature Centre of Rāzna, Ķemeri and Stītere National Park, as well as the Nature Centre of the Northern Vidzeme Biosphere Reserves, invites students of classes 1 to 12 to take part in natural cognitive and creative activities in person, to take hikes and thus learn a lot of new about plant and animal species living in Latvia, to understand the impact of their actions on the species of nature. biodiversity, and it would also inspire family and friends to go in nature.
The lessons are free of charge, but in the light of congestion and epidemiological safety standards, they need to apply in good time.
The Nature Centre of Slītere National Park offers natural statements and research lessons on the natural values of the Slītere National Park in the forest, wigs or marshy interlands, seaside and water. The lessons are mostly outside. Equipment for exploring and exploring nature, worksheets, various environmental information games are used. In the past, outgoing lessons are also offered in other areas of the Kurzeme region.
- Number of members – up to 30 but preferably smaller groups
- Activities take place on working days by contacting at least 3 days in advance by phone 28611079 (Baiba), e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: “Šlīteres mežniecība”, Dundaga parish, Talsu municipality, LV 3270.
The Nature Centre of the Rāzna National Park offers natural statements and research activities regarding specially protected nature areas and the natural values of the Rāzna National Park. . In the exposure “Discovering and feeling of the National Park”, learners, using worksheets and environmental statement games, develop their knowledge of the habitats of water and forests, and the importance of ecosystems I. In the course of the classes, the students go to the Hill Mākoņkalns, the Stone Trail, the coast of Lake Rāzna, etc. to explore the diversity of nature there and to discuss human and natural interaction, nature-friendly behaviour, etc.
- Number of participants limited to 20
- Activities take place on working days following a pre-recording by applying for at least 3 working days in advance, e-mail: email@example.com or by phone 29139677 (Regina), 25708126 (Diana).
- Address: School Street 3, Lipuški, Mākoņkaln parish, Rēzekne municipality, LV-4626.
The Nature Centre of the Ķemeri National Park calls for knowledge of the wetlands of the Ķemeri National Park and the diversity of coastal nature. In nature studies and research activities, it is possible to explore the natural values that can be found in swamps, wet forests – marshes, seaside and water. The lessons are mostly outside, but you can also work indoors s. By using working sheets, games and special equipment for training, students perform studies and job assignments both in the nature trails of the Ķemeri National Park and, in advance, in other areas of the Pierīga region.
- Number of participants limited to 20
- Activities take place on working days following a pre-recording by logging in at least 3 working days in advance, e-mail application: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 28359716 (Linda)
- Address: Forest Home, Jurmala, LV-2012.
The Nature Centre of the Northern Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve is located almost a stretch of hand from the sea in the Northern Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve – Salacgrīva. The Nature Centre offers inquiries and research activities on natural values, such as the most important salmon river in Latvia, river Salaca, the rich plant and animals on the coast and dunes. The lessons take place both indoors and outside – in Randu meadows, in Vidzeme's rocky seaside or on the coast of Salacas. In the premises of the nature centre, a permanent, interactive exhibition called “Salmon in Honours” will be considered, which will help to understand the life path of the salmon, the essential factors that have affected the natural population of this fish species in Latvia and the exhibition “The obvious - the familiar”.
- Number of participants – up to 30
- Activities take place during working days by contacting at least 3 days in advance. 26329412 (INTA), e-mail: email@example.com
- Address: Riga Street 16, Salacgrīva, Limbaži municipality, LV-4001.
The lessons offered by the natural centres are motivating and produce excellent results, since each natural object discovered not only extends the pupils' sight but also creates a natural desire to explore and explore it more. In the fresh air, everyone has the opportunity to strengthen their immunity, which is particularly topical at the moment.
IMPORTANT! Students with an interoperable Covid 19 certificate, a sick certificate or a negative test result (including tests performed in schools) shall be allowed to participate in the classes.
When attending the sessions, the Nature Protection Agency calls for the epidemiological risks to be assessed, to be responsible and to follow the measures taken to prevent Covid-19 from spreading.
P.S. The number of participants in the lesson may vary depending on the epidemiological situation.