Being apprised of mutually approved environmental assets, environmental commitments of Estonian Republic and the need to reduce environmental impact, followed from the activities of enterprises and organizations, also to motivate them to the betterment of environmental activities, tour operator Estonian Nature Tours (ENT), represented by Marika Mann, member of the Board, and the Ministry of Envionment, represented by Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, the Minister, issued a Free Will Contract.
Minister of Environment and manager of ENT are greeting the guests / Photo: Raili Mets
Signing the Free Will Contract / Photo: Maris Saar
Marika presented the Minister earrings designed by her daughter / Photo: Maris Saar
Photo: Raili Mets
Leader of Lihula municipality Riho Erismaa and Lääne county Governon Innar Mäesalu / Photo: Raili Mets
Celebrating the event / Photo: Raili Mets
Signing of the contract took place on 21th May at 16.00 in the Lihula Manor, in the office of Estonian Nature Tours. Member of the Board of ENT, Marika Mann provided a short overview of the contribution of the company to the development of nature tourism in Estonia and about introduction of natural assets and the goals of nature conservation in Estonia in the rest of the World. After that we were went all together to the boat-trip in Matsalu reedbeds.
Marika joined the group... / Photo: Raili Mets
Raili was left ashore / Photo: Maris Saar
In the beginning of the boat trip wind was rising / Photo: Marju Pajumets
Our selfmade picnic food was delicious / Photo: Maris Saar
By the time a beaver watching the wind calmed down / Photo: Marju Pajumets
The evening was wonderful both for us and the British birdlovers / Photo: Marju Pajumets
The representatives of Ministry of Environment, Environmental Board, State Forest Management Centre, Lihula Municipality and West County Government attended the event also.
Estonian Nature Tours became 10 years old on 26th May!