“NATTOUR” grant contract has been signed

On the 01 of July the Managing Authority of Latvia-Russia CBC Programme and Ludza Municipality signed the grant contract to implement “Introduction of innovative interactive methods for improvement of town nature objects and formation of a more environment-friendly awareness in the society and nature tourism sector in Latgale and Pskov regions” project (NATTOUR).

The project will improve two parks in Ludza (Latvia) and Sebezh (Russia). Project beneficiaries will help school children develop a friendly attitude to nature and increase expertise of environment specialists. Project results will significantly contribute to nature tourism development in Latvia and Russia border region and raise the environmental awareness of the locals and tourists.

The total budget of the project is almost 368 thousand EUR, with the Programme co-financing slightly over 331 thousand EUR.

To learn more about the project follow the link: http://bit.ly/LATRUS-NATTOUR

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