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Walking paths and planting in the east

Pays Type de chantier Début Fin Code
Islande Environnement 24.07.2017 06.08.2017 SEEDS 091

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Partenaire : 
SEEDS Iceland
Age : 
de 18 à 99 ans
Participants : 
8 volontaires
Frais de participation : 
100 €
Action : 
Chantier International
Projet complet : 
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Description : 

In this project, SEEDS volunteers will do various environmental tasks in the east of Iceland incollaboration with the municipality of Fljótsdalshérað. Volunteers will stay in the town of Egilsstaðir, which is thelargest town in the Eastern Region, and volunteer in the town and the nearby area.


The main tasks will be to maintain walking paths in a nearby recreational forest and maintain hiking paths on ahiking path about 40 km from the town. Volunteers will also help maintain the town's botanical garden includingweeding, trimming trees and fixing walking paths. Lastly, volunteers will also plant trees, both in the town and in therecreational forest. Possibly volunteers will also help in preparation of a town festival.Well maintained paths enable people to visit these amazing areas without damaging the area and this importantwork also helps to improve safety for visitors.Volunteers should be prepared for all kinds of weather. The work is physically demanding and volunteers need tobe motivated to work outdoors. The working plan will be flexible and it will depend on the needs of our local host,the advance of the projects in the different areas and of course on the weather conditions.Logement & nourriture: SEEDS volunteers will sleep on mattresses in a local school building. Please bring your ownsleeping bag. There is no shower in the house, but we will have free access to showers in the local swimming pool,which is very closeby.Volunteers will receive food supplies and be in charge of the cooking and cleaning activities. Volunteers will receivea warm meal during lunch hour from a local fast food restaurant.Do n ot f orget s ome t raditional/typical f ood o r drinks from your home country for an i nternational evening.Emplacement & temps libre: The project will be located in Egilsstaðir, the largest town of the sparsely populated eastern regionwhich hosts only about 3% of the Icelandic population. East Iceland is known for its calm weather, beautiful fjords,and reindeers, which only live on the eastern part of Iceland.Egilsstaðir is a town in east Iceland on the banks of the Lagarfljót, a large lake and river, believed to be the home ofa cryptid serpent, called Lagarfljótsormurinn by locals.The biggest forest in Iceland, Hallormsstaðaskógur is found near the lake as well as a waterfall, Hengifoss.Hengifoss, which is 118 metres tall and one of the tallest waterfalls in the country. Below it is another waterfallcalled Litlanesfoss.

Closest i nternational A irport: 

K eflavík/Reykjavík (KEF). Bus station: Central Reykjavík (BSÍ).SEEDS organises the "minibus option", a shared transport from Reykjavík to the camps and vice-versa, whichapart from being cheaper and more convenient, allows volunteers to meet fellow campers and have a relaxed trip,while stopping on the way for interesting and tourist sites.Departure will be at 7:00 in the morning of 24 July. We will arrive back to Reykjavík in the late evening of 6 August.Free t ime a ctivities i n t he a rea w ill b e o rganised depending on weather.

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