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The Altai Republic is situated in the very center of Asia at the junction of Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Forests cover about 25% of the region.
The Altai Republic is situated in the very center of Asia at the junction of Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Forests cover about 25% of the region.

Adirondackers train Russian park staff

Earlier this fall, three Adirondack women traveled to a Russian province to assist with training on wilderness ethics and stewardship. Adirondack Mountain Club's education director, Jen Kretser, Paul Smith's College professor Karen Boldis and ADK employee Julia Goren visited the Siberian province of Altai Republic. The region has looked to the Adirondacks as a land-use model. The women helped train Altai Nature Park staff, nonprofit groups and tour operators as part of an exchange program. Achieving balance between environmental protection and economic development is a strong focus of the Altai Assistance Project. Todd Moe spoke with Jen Kretser about the September trip.  Go to full article
Russian stamp features the Altai region
Russian stamp features the Altai region

Adirondackers will train Russian park staff

Three Adirondack women travel to a Russian province Sunday for two weeks to assist with training on wilderness ethics and stewardship. Adirondack Mountain Club's education director, Jen Kretser, Paul Smith's College professor Karen Boldis and ADK employee Julia Goren will visit the Siberian province of Altai Republic from September 3-17. Susan Cutting of the Altai Project in New Hampshire will join them. The Altai Republic has looked to the Adirondacks as a land-use model. The four women will help train Altai Nature Park staff, nonprofit groups and tour operators. Todd Moe spoke with Julia Goren and Jen Kretser about the trip.  Go to full article

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