At the end of November, a group of biodiversity researchers of the Wetlands Restoration and Protection Fund participated in the scientific-practical conference “Challenges and Challenges of Landscape Formation, Development of Greenery and Greenery Welfare” (26 November 2021). Nature conservation expert Žydrūnas Sinkevičius presented a report entitled “Management of Historic Park Greenery Preserving Biodiversity - Experiences and Challenges”. The participants of the conference were acquainted with the material of biodiversity research carried out on the initiative of the international Lithuanian-Latvian Interreg V-A program project “Preserve the Past for the Future LLI-476” and the guidelines for improving and managing the biodiversity and natural habitats of old manor parks.
The remote event brought together a large circle of professionals (more than 80 listeners during the presentation) who took an active part in asking questions to the speakers and engaging in meaningful discussions.
Project "LLI-476 Save the Past for the Future"
2014-2020 Interreg V-A Latvian-Lithuanian cross-border co-operation program
The total value of the project is EUR 1,030,848.12,
of which - co-financing of the European Regional Development Fund - EUR 876,220.89.
The aim of the project is to increase the capacity of organizations involved in the restoration and maintenance of historic parks in the regions of North-Eastern Lithuania and Latgale through modern and comprehensive land management provisions combining historical, natural and biodiversity values and aspects of the rural landscape.
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Program website www.latlit.eu.
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