Influence that never fades – art of teaching
Apr 27th 2018

Born to be a teacher? As they say, teaching is an assisting discovery and only the ones who love what they do are able to inspire others to discover. Sounds like a cliche but it definitely hides a bit of truth in it too. Reet Palusalu is a teacher in horticulture and landscape gardening in […]

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Awake the joy in creative expression and knowledge

Teachers mission In Räpina School of Horticulture works about 55 teachers and one of them is Mairold Mänd. Mairold is the 24-year-old young teacher who studied both horticulture and landscape gardening before he started to teach others. During the study period, he took part in several international and local landscape gardening competition. Now it is […]

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The art of making gardens
Apr 26th 2018

Where to study? Räpina School of Horticulture situates in South-East Estonia surrounded by beautiful lake Võhandu and historic Sillapää manor. The school was founded in 1924 and is one of the oldest horticultural vocational schools in Estonia. Today we offer vocational qualification in landscape gardening, horticulture, floristry, environment protection and textile work. All the theoretical […]

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Step in! Vol 4

Check how Räpina School of Horticulture looks like! Please, step in! 🙂  Fullscreen view

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Räpina School of Horticulture
Apr 25th 2018

Räpina School of Horticulture was founded in 1924. The school is the oldest and also the biggest vocational school teaching horticultural subjects in Estonia. There are about 670 students studying in the school, 78 % of them are adult learners. The school offers a vocational qualification in fields of horticulture, landscape gardening and construction, floristry, environment […]

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Estonia has a national animal
Apr 24th 2018

Previously… Estonia was searching national animal. The candidates were beaver, badger, fox, hedgehog, grey wolf and roe deer. At the evening of 23rd of April, 2018 the national animal was announced which is the grey wolf. Why grey wolf? Wolf is a natural part of Estonian nature. In Estonian folk traditions, the wolf is the most popular animal, […]

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Step in! Vol 3

Check how Luua Forestry School looks like! Please, step in! 🙂 View over the screen

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Estonia will have a national animal
Apr 23rd 2018

Estonia has a number of natural symbols: the national bird is the barn swallow, national flower is cornflower, the national tree is the oak tree, the national stone is the grey limestone. Also, there is a national fish which is Baltic herring. In 2018, a national butterfly was selected, which is swallowtail. Today, on 23rd of April, […]

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Luua Forestry School

The only forestry school in Estonia is situated in the middle of forest. Heavily forested Estonia (almost half of the country is covered in woodlands) has always valued foresters and their work. No wonder that for decades foresters have been educated here. Estonias only vocational forestry school is located in the woods – away from […]

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Hop into Estonian nature!
Apr 22nd 2018

Estonians love nature and called as forest people. Estonians like to spend time in nature, explore the forest, hike in nature, pick wild berries and mushrooms, hunt or just take pictures of nature views. The State Forest Management Center (RMK) made hundreds of possibilities to be in nature, like hiking and cycling trails, off-road trails, […]

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Step in! Vol 2
Apr 21st 2018

Check how Olusvere School of Service and Rural Economics looks like! Please, step in! 🙂 View over the screen

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Olustvere School of Service and Rural Economics
Apr 20th 2018

Marika Šadeiko Olustvere School of Service and Rural Economics

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