Throughout June –August 2016 Ecovision organized a series of EcoCamps in the following protected areas of Georgia: Kolkheti National Park, Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, and Tusheti National Park. EcoVision with the support of “Mokalake” a Georgian civil society organization arraigned summer camps for about 400 school children. Participants of ecocamps were the winners of various eco-quiz competitions and contests marking the dates on environmental calendar that traditionally take place within the SPARE program, and also the winners of Tbilisi City Olympiads organized by Moklalake. Integrated programs were developed for Ecocamps bringing together educational components, thematic trainings, research and filed laboratory works, ecotourism in the wild areas, thematic lectures, various quiz competitions, and even the extreme sports such as mountain baking, rafting and zip-line. Well-known environmental experts provided lectures on various thematic issues: biodiversity, alterative energy resources and energy saving, climate change, and waste management. The Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia Gigla Agulashvili welcomed ecocamp participants at Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and introduced rangers who provided a training on setting and use of camera traps. Environmental proponents enjoyed very much of the masterclasses on taking photos and documentary shootings. The goal of informative-educational programs was to foster young generation with ecofriendly skills though raised public awareness on the issues of climate change, integrated natural resources management, alternative energy resources, environmental security and social accountability.