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The impact of our restoration activities must be assessed over time. Monitoring is the scientific follow-up of the evolution of the flora and fauna, with the aim of ensuring the success of the restoration, or redirecting actions if this is not the case. It is based on the surface area occupied, the number and importance of species typical of the habitat and indicator species, and their location.

The state of conservation of the target habitats will be monitored on the basis of precise botanical inventories, but also by monitoring certain insect species.

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