Experience Sharing from Japan's Lake Naebe Nature Center | Lecture Registration Open
The Lake Naebe Nature Center, located in the Daisetsuzan National Park in Hokkaido, Japan, is the largest national park in the country. Their philosophy revolves around "exploring nature through natural experiences" and aims to conserve and maintain the unique natural environment of Lake Naebe. Their three main pillars are "Rich Natural Experiences," "Practical Self-learning," and "Professional Guided Exploration," with the goal of helping people gain knowledge and skills through nature experiences and enhancing the value of such experiences.
Event Overview We have invited the Lake Naebe Nature Center from Japan to share their management approach and various courses. Topics will include "How to Connect with Local Resources," "Activities in the Ice Village (KOTAN) and the Involvement of Domestic and International Volunteers," "Center's Assistance in Natural Resource Conservation" (such as the restoration of Ezo Yancha rabbits and Miyabe's Dace), and "Creating an Enjoyable Trip at Lake Naebe." The content is incredibly rich, and this is a rare opportunity!
#JapanLakeNaebeNCSharingEvent Date: 5/27 (Saturday), 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Location: Higashiyama Nature Education Center Fee: Free (includes meals) Maximum Capacity: 40 people (first come, first served basis, so register quickly!) Registration: https://forms.gle/kJRCC83V8KAM1hg86 Contact Information: For inquiries from Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, please call 02-23919677 (Ms. Lin Yichun) / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Note: The lecture will be conducted in Japanese with on-site Chinese translation.
Higashiyama Nature Education Center is managed and operated in collaboration with the Hsinchu Forest District Office, promoting environmental friendliness and benevolence towards people. Let's join hands in performing acts of environmental kindness!