Children in the parish of the Lord Ascension in the villages of Mala and Velyka Roztoka, located on the outskirts of the “Enchanted Land” National Nature Park, are active participants in various eco-walks within the framework of projects with the partnership and support of NABU. On July 6, Natalia Stetso, the leading expert of IRCEF, held a workshop for them on making eco-soap.
During the event, the participants were able to see that soap making is quite simple if you follow the basic rules. They also learned about the many advantages of natural soap and its benefits compared to soap that produces in factories.
Making soap is an artistic process that allows you to show your creative potential and imagination. The best time to start making soap with your own hands is, of course, summer. After all, here you have mint, lavender, and roses. So the children had the opportunity to fully realize their fantasy. The participants independently chose the form, ingredients, and colors for their creation. Besides, the useful result in the form of natural handmade soap, everyone got a lot of pleasure and fun from the process itself.
The event was held as part of the cooperation of the Institute of Ecological and Religious Studies – IERS (headed by Alexander Bokotey) and the German Nature Conservation Union (NABU Bundesverband NABU International ), project coordinator Ivan Tymofeiev, Nataliya Kulya (IERS).
Informational Service of IERS