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Dear guests! Tickets are valid only upon presentation of a QR code and passport. In the pavilions of the park, please wear masks and maintain social distance. More information about the current restrictions can be found here (in Russian). Take care of your health and the health of those around you. Thank you!

“Green Brush” in Zaryadye

25 September 2019
On October 3, the exhibition of works by the finalists of the Green Brush project will open in Zaryadye. Volunteers will hold workshops on ecology and labor protection for the guests. The all-Russian social project of early professional orientation for schoolchildren “Green Brush” is being held in Russia for the third time and for the second time — in Zaryadye Park. The final part of the project will take place at Nature Center.


From 13.00 guests can take part in mini-quests and workshops: provide first aid to Gosha the robot, eliminate the dangers that can happen in the house, learn how to sort garbage, and even determine the composition of water in a test tube. At 17.00, the grand opening of artworks exhibition and the presentation of projects by the finalists of the competition in the directions "Nature of the Native Land", "Safety and Labor Зrotection" and "Environmental Protection" will take place. The exhibition of works is open until October 9.


This year, 26 school students from different parts of Russia will come to the final of the project in Moscow. They will take part in the awards ceremony, scientific and educational program at Nature Center, career guidance based on chemical analysis laboratory, and get acquainted with the sights of the capital.


“Green Brush” is an all-Russian social project for early vocational guidance for school students from Russian regions. The project teaches to recognize and value our own safety and the safety of other people and also forms children's environmental responsibility through acquaintance with the professions of environmental engineer, geologist and labor protection specialist.
Since 2017, more than 6,000 school students from the Chechen Republic, the Republic of Crimea, Kamchatka, the Tyumen, Irkutsk, Tula, Yaroslavl, Oryol and Samara regions, Sevastopol, St. Petersburg and Moscow took part in the project.
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