The International Summer Stewardship Program brings together teenagers from Bali and all over the world in a program of adventure and learning aimed at inspiring young people to become intelligent stewards of our earth’s biosphere.
Students go hiking in the mangrove forest and monsoon forest and snorkeling on the coral reefs, learning about their value and the challenges they face. Students are introduced to the farm and the city and the concept of human activity as an integral part of the biosphere.
Biosphere Foundation (BF) invites high school students aged 15-18 to join their Balinese counterparts for an environmental stewardship program set in beautiful Bali Barat National Park (BBNP), located on the northwest coast of the island.
The park is a treasure with an abundance of wildlife and contains a rare combination of earth’s ecosystems: a coral reef, rainforest, monsoon forest, mangrove forest and savannah. During this nine-day program, students will have the opportunity to participate in a unique approach to learning about our biosphere and how to care for it.
Contact Sally Silverstone @ 085238689517 (Bali)