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Group of students at Villa Santi

Group of students at Villa Santi – photo Pnab

The Adamello Brenta Natural Park is the ideal location for educational activities on ecology and on how to realize durable and efficient strategies of conservation. Here, we try to maintain alive knowledges on traditions and socio-cultural activities of our territory, with shared and participated politics, aimed at a sustainable development.

The park, starting from the peculiarity of its territory, aims at integrating the offer in the field of civic education and citizenship addressed to students of schools of its municipalities. Valleys of the park became school classes, ideal places to deepen knowledges about the nature of this protected area and to learn to live it (and love it) in a sustainable way. Experts of the Park will include students in projects realized to surprise and to make comprehend the strict connection between man and nature, with the goal of making know this area and to raise respect for nature, raising awareness and stimulating positive actions and environmental friendly behaviours.

From September to June, the Scientific Research and Environmental Education Area offers educational activities for the schools in the Park. Discover our proposals!

For info and programme:
Settore Ricerca Scientifica e Educazione Ambientale –  0465/806666 –

For Park’s schools, schools outside the Park’s area and other groups, guided tours of the Park houses and activities in guesthouses with personalized programming are available! Contact us or take a look to other experiences organized by the Park!

The “Park Quality” project for schools

The initiative promotes an environmental culture to improve the effects caused by the choices of every citizen and stimulate respect for the environment and encourage behaviors nature- friendly. For the school year 2018-2019 the Park Quality Schools project will focus on a review of the requirements of the PQ school regulations, which will be ready for June 2019.