RGS announced the launch of the project "Protected Dagestan"

RGS announced the launch of the project "Protected Dagestan"

Source: https://rgo.ru/
The press service of the Russian Geographical Society announced the start of accepting applications for participation in the project "Protected Dagestan". The participants will have a comprehensive expedition in the Dagestan State Nature Reserve.

Young professionals between the ages of 18 and 35 can join the project. Scientists, journalists, photographers, videographers, designers, artists, tour guides and representatives of related fields of activity are invited to take part in the competitive selection. You can apply until May 20.

"The project "Protected Dagestan" will help to test professional skills in creating thematic content for specially protected natural areas and popularization of environmental protection activities. This is a good opportunity to contribute to environmental education and the development of interregional cooperation, as well as to get acquainted with the sights, folk traditions and nature of a unique region of Russia," the message says.

The project participants will be able to meet and communicate with the reserve staff, representatives of the Russian Geographical Society and other experts. They will also help in creating a comprehensive route for an international internship.

The organizers of the project will provide participants with comfortable living and dining conditions, provide a transfer, an excursion and educational program, as well as provide souvenirs.
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