Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Swedish Centre for Nature Interpretation, SCNI

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

The Swedish Centre for Nature Interpretation, SCNI, was established in 2007 by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) to serve as a meeting place, a centre for development and a competence resource for all nature interpreters in Sweden.

SCNI works on the national level but the office is situated at the Department of Urban and Rural Development, (SLU).

Find out more about how and where you can contact us:

Contact us

SCNI is situated at the Swedish University of Agriculture Ultuna, Uppsala.

 

The office of SCNI. Photo: Erika Hagegård

Visiting address:

Ulls väg 31 B
S-756 51 UPPSALA
Sweden

Postal address:

Centrum för naturvägledning (CNV) 
Box 7012
750 07 UPPSALA
Sweden

Invoice address:

SLU Fakturamottagning
Box 7090
750 07 UPPSALA
Sweden

E-mail:

scni@slu.se

Phone:

+46-18-67 24 47 (Director Eva Sandberg)
+46-18-67 10 00 (switchboard)

Personnel:

There are currently six people working at SCNI: Director Eva Sandberg, project leaders Anders Arnell, Pella Thiel, Per Sonnvik, Lena Malmström and website director Erika Hagegård. Read more about the employees here.    

 

Contact us

Here you will find all the information you need in order to visit or contact SCNI.

Children finding their way through the sunflowers. Photo: Petter Åkerblom





Page updated: 2015-12-16. Page editor: eva.k.sandberg@slu.se
 
 
 
 

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