The Secretary of the Environment, dependent on the Ministry of Coordination, added seven fully equipped 0 kilometer vans to strengthen the work of the Provincial Corps of Park Rangers and personnel from the Forest area, within the framework of the Plan for the Enhancement of Protected Natural Areas.
The Nissan brand units are intended for the control and care of the natural reserves of the province, the assistance of those who visit natural attractions and key tasks such as early warning of fires. Three are intended for the provincial park ranger team and four for personnel from the Forest area.
Within the framework of the Value Enhancement Plan of #Protected natural areas, we delivered 7 0 km vans to provincial park rangers and Forest personnel, who work on the daily tasks of biodiversity control and conservation. 🛻🌳 #We make pic.twitter.com/XvdhdIKXaY
— Ministry of Coordination (@MinCoordinacion) June 8, 2022
“This new investment that we are making will allow us to advance in the conservation of our natural areas, to which more and more visitors come from different parts of the country. In recent times we have made significant progress in the framework of the Plan for the Enhancement of Protected Natural Areas: in February we delivered 10 motorcycles to the personnel at the registry posts of the Risk Zones, we continue to advance in the management plans that we developed together with the universities and in collaboration agreements with the mayors of the municipalities involved, to guarantee the maintenance of the detachments”, highlighted the Minister of Coordination, Silvina Rivero.
In our province, park rangers are the people in charge of ensuring the protection of the Protected Natural Areas System (ANP). In total, 30 men and women, belonging to the Ministry of the Environment, make up the Provincial Corps of Park Rangers and work in different parts of the territory.