Forest pedagogy is an opportunity to present the functions and the importance of forests, as well as the role of foresters in their sustainable management and conservation. It is an approach to establish contact between the forester and the children and to present the forestry activity in a curious and intriguing way.
This action aims to inform the children through games, in an accessible and fun way, about the Natura 2000 network, emphasizing the importance of the LSE in the conservation of forest biodiversity, as well as in the cultural, social and economic environment.
The Action includes 10 workshops with 20 children each. The workshops will be held outdoors. Forest educators will develop games to stimulate different senses.
Children will have fun performing tasks, individually and in groups, and will easily develop teamwork, communication and coordination skills. The children will learn about the LSE and other forest dwellers.