love and protect nature, while helping them learn about the place
where they live. With this goal in mind, the MEC has started a
“Junior Ranger” program in 2013.
There are three main activities in the Junior Ranger program: “Junior Ranger” hall development, 10-day summer camp, and a small scale project implementation by young rangers:
- The “Junior Ranger” hall with modern appliances and equipment provides a comfortable environment for children to learn and work together on projects.
- The Junior Rangers consolidate their knowledge learned in the classroom during the 10-day summer camp. In the camp, they learn life skills such as how to explore surrounding flora and fauna, painting, improve their English, felt craft, and vinyl printing techniques, use field laboratory kits to sample and analyze the water quality of their nearby lakes and rivers.
- After attending the summer camp, as soon as the school year begins, they implement their own small scale environmental projects in their soums, communities, and schools.
Oath of Junior Rangers:
“I will be a young ranger who studies Lake Hovsgol and the national park, and I will set an example for others.
I will never throw garbage in nature.
I will not cut grass or kill animals.
I will protect nature, history, cultural heritage, and monuments, and I want to continue to teach what I have learned to others around me.
in grades 4-8