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In this course, see the shrine forest in Atsuta Shrine first. Then, visit [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Todagawa_Ryokuchi|Todagawa Green Park]]. “Todagawa Midori no Yume Club” will introduce about “Nagoya Western Forest Greening” ([[wp>Satoyama]] regeneration project) by the Partnership project of citizens, companies and the government. In this course, see the shrine forest in Atsuta Shrine first. Then, visit [[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Todagawa_Ryokuchi|Todagawa Green Park]]. “Todagawa Midori no Yume Club” will introduce about “Nagoya Western Forest Greening” ([[wp>Satoyama]] regeneration project) by the Partnership project of citizens, companies and the government.
-Finally, visit “[[http://www.city.nagoya.jp/_res/usr/52635/E_20FUJIMAE.pdf|Fujimae tidal flat]]” which was registered under the Ramsar Treaty spreads out around the mouth of The [[wp>Shōnai River|Shonai River]]. You will touch the richness of the biodiversity. For this course, clothes and shoes that can be accessed to the tidal flat are required.</del> +Finally, visit “[[http://www.city.nagoya.jp/_res/usr/52635/E_20FUJIMAE.pdf|Fujimae tidal flat]]” which was registered under the Ramsar Treaty spreads out around the mouth of The [[wp>Shōnai River|Shonai River]]. You will touch the richness of the biodiversity. For this course, clothes and shoes that can be accessed to the tidal flat are required. 
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===== Course C. Atsuta Shrine and The Horikawa river Cruise ===== ===== Course C. Atsuta Shrine and The Horikawa river Cruise =====
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//50 participants (Min. 40)// //50 participants (Min. 40)//
-[[http://www.pwri.go.jp/team/kyousei/eng/index.htm|Aqua Restoration Research Center]], [[http://www.pwri.go.jp/eindex.html|Public Works Research Institute]], [[http://www.mlit.go.jp/index_e.html|MILT]] is a river research facility which is located near the [[wp>Kiso River]]. +<del>[[http://www.pwri.go.jp/team/kyousei/eng/index.htm|Aqua Restoration Research Center]], [[http://www.pwri.go.jp/eindex.html|Public Works Research Institute]], [[http://www.mlit.go.jp/index_e.html|MILT]] is a river research facility which is located near the [[wp>Kiso River]].
-In this course, a member of Aqua Restoration Research Center will introduce about the research of an animal friendly river process by using a large-scale test river.  While the tour, see a unique agricultural landscape “Shimabata” which is islands in the rice paddy area under a researcher (Mizoguchi, a professor at [[http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/|Nagoya University]]) as well. For this course, clothes and shoes for walking in the grass are required.+In this course, a member of Aqua Restoration Research Center will introduce about the research of an animal friendly river process by using a large-scale test river.  While the tour, see a unique agricultural landscape “Shimabata” which is islands in the rice paddy area under a researcher (Mizoguchi, a professor at [[http://www.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/|Nagoya University]]) as well. For this course, clothes and shoes for walking in the grass are required.</del>
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-[[wp>Nōbi Plain|Noubi Plain]] is located in Nagoya is a plaine made by three large rivers, including the [[wp>Kiso River]], the [[wp>Nagara River]] and the [[wp>Ibi River]]. These rivers are used to meet at the downstream and they often flooded. However, people has been living with rivers, building banks called “River-surrounded land” around their settlements and fields and preparing shelter houses in flood disasters called Water house. +<del>[[wp>Nōbi Plain|Noubi Plain]] is located in Nagoya is a plaine made by three large rivers, including the [[wp>Kiso River]], the [[wp>Nagara River]] and the [[wp>Ibi River]]. These rivers are used to meet at the downstream and they often flooded. However, people has been living with rivers, building banks called “River-surrounded land” around their settlements and fields and preparing shelter houses in flood disasters called Water house.
In the [[wp>Meiji period|Meiji era]], separation levees and Phkerepp groin works were built with the modern river improvement works method by a Dutch engineer. In the [[wp>Meiji period|Meiji era]], separation levees and Phkerepp groin works were built with the modern river improvement works method by a Dutch engineer.
-In this course, see the traditional river method in harmony with nature and environment and people’s lifestyle in the River-surrounded land first. Then, see separation levees under the guidance of the Chubu Regional Bureau, [[http://www.mlit.go.jp/index_e.html|MLIT]] and visit the [[http://www.city.kaizu.lg.jp/english/spotguide/rekishiminzokushiryoukan.jsp|Kaizu Museum of History and Folklore]].+In this course, see the traditional river method in harmony with nature and environment and people’s lifestyle in the River-surrounded land first. Then, see separation levees under the guidance of the Chubu Regional Bureau, [[http://www.mlit.go.jp/index_e.html|MLIT]] and visit the [[http://www.city.kaizu.lg.jp/english/spotguide/rekishiminzokushiryoukan.jsp|Kaizu Museum of History and Folklore]].</del> 
===== Course J. Satoyama and Rivers in Toyota ===== ===== Course J. Satoyama and Rivers in Toyota =====
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