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Projects

Capacity building for environmental NGOs, to enable effective participation in the implementation and application of carbon offsetting mechanisms in Lithuania

The aim of the project is to strengthen the capacity of Lithuanian environmental NGOs to effectively participate in the processes of implementation and application of carbon offsetting mechanisms in Lithuania.

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Save the past for the future LLI-476

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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Demonstration restoration of wetlands (habitats) on intensively used agricultural land in Baisogala to meet climate change mitigation goals

Combining environmental, scientific-experimental and land user interests, it is planned to restore the hydrological regime and encourage the formation of wet meadows a habitats in the lowland peat soils (about 8 ha) in the vicinity of Baisogala town (Kemerai village).

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Restoration of the hydrological regime of the Tartokas fen and ensuring the good condition of natural habitats

The aim of the project is to create conditions for the restoration of the hydrological regime of the Tartoko wetland, thus reducing GHG emissions, and to maintain the favorable condition of the restored natural habitats and protected species.

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EUKI - Carbon capturing by Baltic peatland farmers –
Practical exchange for paludiculture & carbon
farming.

The aim of the project is to transfer the accumulated knowledge about the climate-neutral use of peatlands and the acquired practical experience to the farmers of the Baltic countries. 

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Restoration of cut over peatlands  

In Lithuania, peat quarries occupy 20 thousand. ha, more than half of which are abandoned. Unfortunately  restoration of cut over peatlands in Lithuania is still very slow. 

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Restoration of the south-western part of the Aukštumala raided bog (2021)

The aim of the project is to improve the ecological status of habitats of European importance in the south-western part of the Aukštumala Telmological Reserve, as well as to reduce GHG emissions from the damaged by drainage raised bog.

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