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New publication: creating concepts for visitor centres and eco-trails in wetlands


Ilyina, L. V. and Ye. O. Pylenkova. 2013. Methodology for creating visitor centres in nature reserves, national parks and other nature areas: designers work experience. Wetlands International Russia Publication (In Russian). 20 pp.
The subject of this publication is the authors' experiences with developing the concepts of visitor centres and eco-trails in protected nature areas of different types. It is targeted at a wide audience, including those that have the intention of establishing a visitor centre or a wetland centre, plan to renovate an old natural history museum, design a network of walking trails, a child-friendly exhibit or a play area. This publication contains the detailed description of the steps they will go through to plan the concept development process, the practical examples and tips to avoid common mistakes. The recommendations are illustrated by the authors’ photographs and drawings.
The authors would like to thank the non-commercial organization of Zapovedniki EcoCentre, which provided them with an opportunity to participate in the relevant projects and prepare design materials illustrating this publication. PDF

Financial support: Matra Programme of the Royal Netherlands Embassy in the Russian Federation. ISBN 978-5-906219-05-03


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