Restoration of valuable habitats

Renaturation activities are a well-known and widely used active protection procedure consisting in restoring the original habitat conditions. The choice of renaturization methods is closely related to the properties and conditions of the given habitat. The scope of activities carried out as part of ongoing renaturization works is selected in such a way that interference in the natural environment is as low as possible and promises the best results. Commonly these types of activities are perceived as difficult to implement and burdened with significant costs, and their accuracy is low. Practice shows, however, that you can take renaturation measures that have low costs and positive effects are seen in a relatively short time.

An example of this is the restoration of hydrogenic habitats - swamp alder in the Babia Góra massif and variable-wet meadows in the Natura 2000 Łąki Dąbrowskie area. Renaturization activities carried out there indicate that with minimal interference in the natural environment, using natural materials obtained on site and using extensive forms of use, positive effects were obtained, consistent with the assumptions of the initial project assumptions.

Such effects can be achieved thanks to the cooperation of interdisciplinary teams with local government units, non-governmental organizations and special purpose funds.

The purpose of the offer is to establish cooperation with local governments and entrepreneurs in the field of training and obtaining funds for the implementation of activities related to nature protection and environmental protection.

Meet the presenter:

Paweł Nicia

Paweł Nicia

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Life Science Open Space.
19.10.2016, godz. 9:00-20:00
ICE Congress Center ul. Maria Konopnicka 17 Cracow