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Participated in a ceremony to issue a letter of appointment as a Mie Prefecture nature conservation

On July 1, 2022, I participated as an individual in a ceremony to issue a letter of appointment as a Mie Prefecture nature conservation instructor.

Participated in a ceremony to issue a letter of appointment as a Mie Prefecture nature conservation

The Mie Prefecture Nature Conservation Instructor is responsible for inspecting nature conservation areas and natural park facilities, providing guidance and advice, collecting information on nature conservation, and reporting on his/her activities.



I am applying for this position because I would like to be involved in the conservation of the vegetation, flora and fauna of the mountains and forests of Mie Prefecture, and I would like to make use of my experience in mountain maintenance and tree planting.



My term of office will be from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2024 (2 years), and I will be in charge of the western part of Suzuka City. Kasato (1-4 chome), Kasato Town, Hirose Town, Takatsuka Town, Tsuga Town, Ishiyakushi Town, Ueno Town, Ueda Town, Shimo-Okubo Town, Hanakawa Town, Kishida Town, Yamamoto Town, Okubo Town, Tsubakiichimiya Town, Fukamizo Town, Oiwake Town, Mihata Town, Ifune Town, Nagasawa Town, Koja Town, Ogisu Town, Nishishonai Town and Higashishonai Town



Suzuka City is located in the northern part of Mie Prefecture and has a variety of landforms, including mountains, plains, hills, and coastlines from the Suzuka Mountains to the coast of Ise Bay, including Sengan-dake, which rises over 900 m, Notozan-dake, Irudogadake, and Kushiro-dake. The area is rich in botanical diversity, with 5,000 to 6,000 plant species. The area is also home to a large number of mammals, including raccoons, foxes, hares, red mice, and antelopes, as well as a variety of insects and amphibians.



This area is designated as Suzuka National Park managed by the prefectural government, with a length of 50 kilometers and an area of 29,821 hectares.

The area is 50 kilometers long and 29,821 hectares in area, and is home to a rich natural environment and rare plants and animals.



The vegetation is dominated by artificial forests of Japanese cedar and cypress, and secondary forests of broad-leaved trees, including azalea and asebi forests, which are designated as natural treasures by Mie Prefecture.



Secondary forests are also known as compensatory vegetation, and visitors can learn about the history of the use of mountain lands as vegetation that has been changed by human influence. It is said that only small areas of natural vegetation remain in Japan, and natural forests can be seen in shrine and temple forests and on slopes that are inaccessible to humans.



The natural environment is a process that changes depending on the surrounding conditions. From the viewpoint of conservation, it is necessary to keep the natural environment around us in good condition for the next generation.


Teaching means teaching and guiding toward a certain goal.


In addition to this, facilitation is also necessary in today's increasingly complex society, and if we can achieve our goals by clarifying objectives and issues, viewing nature from a neutral standpoint, and communicating its true nature to as many people as possible, while deepening mutual understanding with nature, we can create roles within those objectives. This will help to create a history among the people who take on these roles, and establish a connection and community with nature.

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