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The LIFE Nardus project successfully came to an end on 31 December 2023!

Indeed, our project officially came to an end on 31 December 2023 ... after more than seven years of diverse activities that you were able to catch a glimpse of through our newsletters. Time has gone so quickly!

Just because a project comes to an end doesn't mean that everything stops - in fact, it's quite the opposite! We still need to continue improving our network of natural habitats. Maintaining these habitats in a good state of conservation requires a certain amount of physical continuity. In the past, this was partly ensured by itinerant herds that moved from one plot to another, carrying with them pollen and small animals and thus dispersing part of the genetic diversity. All these processes need to be re-established in one way or another, and nature reserves that are too isolated can only become poorer over time. So there's still a lot of work to be done, acquisitions and restorations!

Click on the images below to see our Layman's report and our After-Life Plan. This latter document brings together all the measures that will be put in place after the end of the project, in order to perpetuate the various actions undertaken by the LIFE project, even if the LIFE project has come to an end. Good news for all the restored environments!

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