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With the partnership and collaboration of 64 universities, institutes, national parks, and organizations from 21 countries, a “Summer Field School on Mountain Ecosystems & Resource Management” (FSc MER 2021) was organized successfully in September 2021. Nearly 700 people from 70 countries took part in this 10-days event. Further details are on the weblink

On the similar pattern, 2023 Summer Field School (Hybrid) on Mountain Ecosystems & Resource Management (FSc MER 2023) is going to be executed face-to-face in Yaremche/Ukraine for 40 Delegate Participants and (virtually) for a thousand of Speaker/Learner Participants. Along with The Grassroots Institute Canada, 10 different institutions are leading this unique program and they are: Valahia University of Targoviste (Romania), Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu (Romania), World Agricultural Heritage Forum (Italy), NatRisk at the University of Torino (Italy), Yaroslav Mudriy National Law University (Ukraine), Carpathian National Nature Park (Ukraine), Hutsulshchyna National Nature Park (Ukraine), Rural Development Fund (Kyrgyzstan), Central Himalayan Institute for Nature & Applied Research (India). In addition to these 10 Lead Partners, there are (and will be) large number of General Partners and Collaborators. Full details of the program are online at the website 

This international training program examines the mountain ecosystems in contexts of human development and natural resources, principles of managing natural resources, and governing the resources for sustainable conservation. Depicting on case studies from a wide range of the current natural resources across the globe, the program considers how different social, political, economic and cultural and gender aspects compete for and sustain the natural resources in mountain ecosystems. The program also examines how environmental activists and their interventions conserved parks, energy, water and land in the face of climate variability basing on a gender perspective. The program will consider how the current international and development system elaborates and processes to sustainably manage the available natural resources in mountain landscapes. The program aims at equipping researchers, students, practitioners and young teachers seeking learning about mountain ecosystems and sustainable development, with practical approaches, knowledge and skills necessary for meeting challenges of sustainable use of natural resources globally. This international training program is executed in partnership with various academic and practice-oriented organizations.


Structure of the Program 

The proposed program will constitute following 10 thematic groups to be executed on 10 different days:

Day 1: 10 September 2023 > Mountain Ecosystems, Climate Change and Local Communities

Day 2: 11 September 2023 >    Water, Watershed, Wetland and River Basin Management

Day 3: 12 September 2023 > Mountain Forest & Biodiversity Management, and Park-People Interface

Day 4: 13 September 2023 > Mountain Transhumance, Pastoralism and Rangeland Governance

Day 5: 14 September 2023 > Livestock-Based Livelihoods and Veterinary Support in Mountain Areas

Day 6: 15 September 2023 > Developing the Mountain Economies, Livelihoods and Micro-Enterprises

Day 7: 16 September 2023 > Agrobiodiversity, Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems in Mountain

Day 8: 17 September 2023 > Mountain Sustainability, Renewable Energy and SDGs

Day 9: 18 September 2023 > Sustainable Tourism and Socio-Cultural Integration in Mountains

Day 10: 19 September 2023 > Mountain Related International and National Laws & Policies

How to Participate Summer Field School?

The website has all possible information about the Eligibility, Procedures, Application Deadlines, Faculties & Experts, Partners & Collaborators, Methodology, Certification, Cost & Fees, Scholarship, etc.


Call for Institutional Partnership

In an attempt to engage more and more stakeholders and preparing intra-institutional and inter-institutional platforms from where the mountain sustainability can be promoted regionally or globally, we invited many academic institutions, international organizations, national parks, local councils and NGOs to partner/collaborate the program. Interested parties can approach for Partnership or Collaboration in this international program. Detailed information may be obtained on the link


Other Opportunities and Engagements

The Grassroots Institute is willing to engage with you at individual level too. Please look at the opportunities section of our main website and find out how we may associate. DOWNLOAD ALL OPPORTUNITIES from this link. Please write and submit your articles/papers in our journals Our other important website is

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