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Managing restored habitats

In order to restore and maintain the habitats in a good state of conservation over the long term, recurrent management must be put in place on the plots affected by the restoration work. Recurrent management will consist of mowing operations, possibly combined with extensive grazing. If the terrain does not allow mowing, extensive grazing will be the alternative. Some difficult sites will also require regular manual management.

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