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WORKING TOGETHER FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

GET INVOLVED

Everyone can contribute to a more sustainable Western Estonian Archipelago Biosphere. We are all citizens of this UNESCO Biosphere and we can all contribute to its aims. Get involved and let's work together for a sustainable future.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

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BECOME A BIOSPHERE PHOTOGRAPHER

Share your photography with us to be featured on our website and social media platforms, allowing us to highlight both your creative work and the beauty of our Biosphere.

BECOME A BIOSPHERE BUDDY

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Join us as a Biosphere Buddy, and sign up for our mailing list to receive our news and periodic updates.

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BECOME A BIOSPHERE PARTNER

Your business, community group, local authority, or school has the opportunity to become a Partner of the Western Estonian Archipelago Biosphere Reserve and enjoy the advantages of connecting with fellow Partners and the Biosphere Reserve Team.

In our joint efforts towards a sustainable future, we extend an all-inclusive partnership program that links organizations, offers guidance and advice on sustainability, and serves as a platform to endorse and support projects and initiatives related to the Biosphere Reserve. You will also gain permission to utilize the logo sets and associated marketing materials of the Western Estonian Archipelago Biosphere Reserve.

The application process is entirely cost-free and entails completing an application form that outlines the activities your organization is currently engaged in or plans to undertake in alignment with the Biosphere Reserve's principles:

  • Safeguard our natural resources

  • Foster sustainable economic development

  • Uphold and promote our cultural heritage

  • Create a positive environmental impact

  • Engage with the local community

TAKE PART

If you love the Western Estonian Archipelago and are eager to contribute to its preservation, there are diverse opportunities available to engage in projects within the Western Estonian Archipelago Biosphere Reserve.

Image by Keith Luke
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