European Wilderness Society

Volunteers get wild in Biosphere Reserve Lungau

Last week the European Wilderness Society invited the Salzburg EVS volunteers to the Biosphere Reserve Lungau. EVS – European Voluntary Service – funds volunteers all across Europe on a range of social and environmental projects. The volunteers originated from all across Europe; Italy, Spain, France, Armenia, Latvia, Netherlands, UK.

Together the EWS team and volunteers went for a short hike in the Weißpriach, along the River Longa. The Weißpriach valley was voted the most beautiful place in the Salzburg region in 2015. It was a beautiful day and there were smiles all round as everyone experienced the joy of being in nature.

Please also read: European volunteers get wild in Salzburg

The European Wilderness Society currently has two EVS volunteers in their team, Nick Huisman, and Rebecca Hollely. They assist with a range of projects in Wilderness, environmental education and publications.

We will put out a call for a new volunteers later this year, to start in early 2019. If you would like to stay up to date with our news and opportunities, please register for our newsletter.


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