How to find us?
Silma Nature School is located at the Saunja village in West Estonia. We are about 100 km from Tallinn. Driving by car from Tallinn takes approximately 1h 45 min. First take Road 9 (Aasmäe-Haapsalu Rohuküla). From Rannaküla turn right to Road 17 (Keila-Haapsalu). After 4 km driving you will see our white sign (Silma Õpikoda) at the Saunja bus stop. Turn left and drive until the end of small village road. We recommend use the directions of Google Maps or contact with our staff.
Phone: (+372) 56678621
E-mail: marko(at) silmalk.ee
Marko Valker is graduated at Tartu University as teacher of natural sciences. He has been worked as a teacher at the Tartu Environmental Centre and Põltsamaa High School and as a education specialist at the Environmental Board.
Marko has been leading environmental education and nature conservation projects over 10 years. Every year he is leading a lot of trainings, hikes and summer camps His special interest is ornithology and he has been keen birdwatcher since childhood.
E-mail: helenedasi(at) hotmail.com
Helen Edasi is graduated at The Türi College of Tartu University as environmental science officer. She has been woring at the Enviroental Board.
Helen is a leading our educational programs and summer camps. Also she takes care that all our visitors are feeling comfortable.