Junior Rangers at Ramat Hanadiv
Young male and female volunteers from the social involvement program for 10th-12th graders are integrated at Ramat Hanadiv Nature Park in a range of courses
This year, as part of the personal development and community involvement program that operates in the schools, 10th-12th graders from the region were given the opportunity to participate in the Junior Rangers program at Ramat Hanadiv Nature Park. The aim of the program is to nurture responsible, environmentally-committed students, through participating, learning and acting for nature and the environment in their residential area. The program at Ramat Hanadiv is part of an international program of youth involvement in parks and nature reserves.
Participation in the program is offered to students from all schools in the region who love nature and animals and who are interested in participating in unique activities in the field and in a different atmosphere.
The range of program courses offered to the youth includes a course for young rangers who will assist the field work of the park rangers, mounted rangers, assistant guides who will accompany and guide groups in the park, wildlife trustees, and the media unit that will work on documenting and advertising content in the social media.