Get ready for some exciting news!
WWF-Germany’s “Jugend program” proudly presents their first Riverwalk to take place along the Ammer River in Southwest Germany. And you can take part and walk with them – 92 km and 10 days along the beautiful Ammer River!
When? 8-17 August 2018
Where? Southwest Germany – along the Ammer River. We’ll start in Ettal and walk along the river until Dießen.
Why? We would like to give you the opportunity to discover together with other young people the Ammer and its natural beauty. However, our goal is not just experiencing this beautiful region but also why the Ammer is endangered and how to protect it. Seeing the problems and learning something about possible solutions, we will also get in touch with the EU Water Framework Directive learning more about it and its importance for living rivers, because healthy rivers all over Europe. And that’s why we are walking – for our rivers!
What? You can expect ten exiting days, sleeping outside under a tarp, hiking every day along the Ammer, cooking together for ourselves, connecting each other and learning more about the Ammer, the EU Water Framework Directive and ways to protect such amazing rivers.
Who is organising this? We are young members from the WWF Jugend in Germany organising quite often campaigns on local and national level.
You would like to join us? Great! Just sign up – here: http://bit.ly/AnmeldungRW2018
Deadline: July 22, 2018
Contact: Franziska Losse firstname.lastname@example.org