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Sustainbility | 19.09.22

When We Began Charging for Parking – or, On Vultures, Kestrels and Gazelles

Last September was the first time that visitors to Ramat Hanadiv paid for parking; this step was accompanied by countless meetings and a long, strategic process that culminated in updating and informing our future visitors, neighbouring settlements and municipalities, and of course, our partners in education and tourism.
It’s not easy to make an unpopular decision, but when the motive to charge for parking comes from a desire to expand and strengthen our work and view our visitors as partners in our mission, it becomes very complex; therefore, during our strategic meeting w...

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