Project expected results

The project expects to restore 250 ha of the target habitats, of which:

  • More than half for priority habitats - species-rich Nardus grasslands (110 ha) and for bog woodland habitats (25 ha);
  • 60 ha of lowland and mountain hay meadows; and
  • 55 ha of habitat for the two target butterfly species.

The project also aims to stimulate the engagement of local farmers in the management of meadows with low productivity through an increased understanding of the value of the mowing products.

Finally, the project will work towards increasing the interest of local people in the conservation of nature as well as their knowledge on the Natura 2000 network and the existing nature reserves.

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