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PAWS-MED held a very successful final conference in Sabaudia. You can read more about this in the section "conference". The project PAWS-MED has now come to its end, but the ideas and products will live on in the participating countries. So, if you are interested in participating on a PAWS-MED course and some training is wanted, please contact one of our partners

PAWS-MED - news

Meanwhile we have not only created the mediterranean version of our products but also provided our training course for multipliers in Gmunden (AT).
This training was the prerequisite for the multipliers who are now training foresters in their own countries in the PAWS-MED concept. You can read about this course and the feedback of the participants in our latest newsletter.
The whole PAWS-MED concept will be presented on our final conference, which will be held on the 15th and 16th of September 2011 in Sabaudia (near Rome). We will soon be able to upload more information about this matter.

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Our products are now freely available from our website. Please have a look at the section "products"

We are just coming back from our international congress on pedagogic work in forests which took place in Gmunden/Austria from the 22 - 23. March 2007

82 participants from 15 countries were attending the conference. The main focus of the conference was to present our products which we developed during our 30 month of project period.

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Seventh and final partner meeting

Our seventh and also last partnermeeting took place in Gmunden / Austria.

During this meeting the partners decided to make our products freely available. From the end of May onwards, you will be able to download our products for free from this website.

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