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Posted on: 15th March 2010
Springing into action
Optimism is in the air, here at the offices of EUROPARC Consulting. The first new lambs are already appearing in the sheltered fields around, and the newborn's cries join the early morning chorus of vigorous bird song. As nature's activities start to emerge from under the cold blanket of winter we begin to plan the challenges for the coming year.
The spa town of Szczawnica in Poland will welcome our Training Champions together for their first meeting of 2010. The Peak District National Park is the planned venue for the EUROPARC Atlantic Isles' summer seminar, and the work programme for the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism is slotting into place as the new batch of hopeful applicants await judgement!
We are also eagerly putting in more tenders and Expressions of Interest for new work opportunities for example in Bosnia Herzegovina, Romania, Ukraine, and Macedonia, spreading our wings into new geographical areas for placing our adaptable experts. Not only are we exploring new horizons but we are also pursuing projects in Germany, Sweden, Italy and UK.
As always, we are keen to work more closely with EUROPARC sections. We are looking to establish ever closer links with our colleagues, and to get to know Federation Council members better. Learning from the knowledge and enthusiasm of staff involved in ongoing and proposed projects, we hope to be able to tailor our services more exactly to your consulting needs. EUROPARC Consulting welcome approaches Europe-wide for projects where our extensive in-house expertise can offer a highly time and cost-effective input.
With the cheerful promise of a beautiful Yorkshire spring on the horizon, and the storks once again return to their nest sites across the mainland we look positively towards new challenges, new projects and an influx of new work to boost our financial contribution to maintaining Europe's magnificent landscapes.