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Results of the YPEF 2012 European Final

On 26th  -27th  of September in Sagadi, Estonia took place the European Final of YPEF 2012 contest.  Teams from eleven countries participated in this event.

The European Final of YPEF II edition is over – we know the winners !!

The final stage took place in Sagadi, Estonia in the days 26th – 27th of September. 11 teams competed for the victory.


We congratulate the winners – team from Austria!

Alexandra Russ, Johannes Rieder and Dietmar Wöls with the teacher Mrs. Bettina Gailberger

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European final stage in Sagadi very soon!

On 26th-27th September 2012 national YPEFG winners will meet in Sagadi. See program on and moore information on .

See you soon in Sagadi!



Congratulations! Results of National Stages of the YPEF 2011/2012 International Contest

According to the information of YPEF National Contest Commissions the YPEF International Contest Commission announces the official results of National Stages of the YPEF 2011/2012 International Contest in European countries.

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The YPEF ICC meetinng in Sagadi.

On 27th -28th of June took place the YPEF International Contest Commission meeting in Sagadi, Estonia – place of the European , final stage in September. In the meeting took part:
Thomas Baschny and Wolfgang Schweighofer from Austria, Marek Šuba from Czech Republic, Kristi Teppo, Juta Jago and Mart Kelk from Estonia, Anna Derveni and Ioannis Ziazaris from Greece, Laura Zalcmane from Latvia, Eglė Mankevičienė and Mindaugas Maksvytis from Lithuania, Albert Dudek, Andrzej Kawalec and Albert Stoma from Poland.

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National Stage in Germany

In Germany the National stage contest „Young people in European Forests” 2011/12 took place at the end of May 2012. The contest has been organized by the Faculty of Forest and Environment of the University of Sustainable Development Eberswalde.
Three schools from 3 cities took part at the contest with teams of 2 to 3 pupils:
•    Alexander-von-Humboldt-Gymnasium, Eberswalde (5 teams)
•    Barnim Gymnasium, Bernau (9 teams!)
•    OSZ Ostprignitz, Neuruppin (1 team)
Altogether 38 pupils took part at this first contest of YPEF at least. The pupils were at the age of 14 until 18 years. The tests were carried out in the schools by the organizers themselves or students of the Faculty of Forest and Environment. 
The best team is a group of young people at the age of 15 to 16 years from the Alexander-von-Humboldt-Gymnasium in Eberswalde. 

The winners of the National contest in Germany 2011/2012 are Jan Smolka, Linus Wegner and Richard Philipp Kullmann from Alexander-von-Humboldt-Gymnasium Eberswalde. Congratulations!