The Fish For Life project had as visitors a group of 19 Romanian and Spanish students and teachers, participants in the Erasmus Program of the European Union. They visited the passage from Târgu Cărbunești, but also the areas where plantings were made along the Gilort, in Bengești-Ciocadia Commune. Members of the project team spoke to the guests about the role of fish passages in restoring river connectivity, but also about the importance of planting certain tree species in stabilizing the banks and creating the necessary habitats for the reproduction of fish species.

On this occasion, the visitors also participated in a symbolic action of planting some alder saplings. Students and teachers from Spain (Valencia) came to Gorj County for an exchange of experience, at the invitation of the Saint Nicholas School in Târgu Jiu. Some pictures from the meeting are available below.

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