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Eurosite member The Conservation Volunteers (TCV), formerly known as The British Trust for Conservation Volunteers, has an annual award scheme for volunteers called ‘Green Heroes’. The aim is to recognise the contribution volunteers make and to discover their remarkable stories.
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Finnish Eurosite member Metsähallitus Natural Heritage Services has recently published an English-language publication containing best practices from Finland related to ecological restoration and management in boreal forests.
- 1 year 47 weeks agoNext to nature conservation, health benefits and local economy impacts, protected areas hold spiritual and holy values. These values are dealt with in the new book The Diversity of Sacred Lands in Europe.
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MAIA is a European project, financed by the Interreg IV B Atlantic Area programme under priority 2 - “protect, secure and enhance the marine and coastal environment sustainability.” MAIA gathers 9 partners involved in MPA designation and management within the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Portugal. The purpose of MAIA is to create a network of MPA managers and stakeholders which will take initiatives on an international level in terms of designation, governance and management as well as being involved in the development of a consistent, efficient and accepted network of Marine Protected Areas within the Atlantic Arc.
- Finnish Eurosite member Metsähallitus received special award for designing facitities for outdoor activities2 years 6 weeks agoOn 16th January at the annual Finnish Sports Gala in Helsinki, Metsähallitus was granted a special award for designing facilities that encourage people to enjoy outdoor activities in natural settings across Finland. Metsähallitus provides and maintains free facilities that make it easy for visitors to Finland’s national parks and other beautiful natural areas to get out into the wilds. These facilities include attractive visitor centres, websites with useful practical information, and trails totalling 6,738 km – almost six times the length of Finland.
- 2 years 7 weeks agoDear colleague,
We are 5 European conservation organisations starting LANDLIFE a 2011-14 LIFE+ Information and Communication project to spread the knowledge of land stewardship, and its use for involving citizens, landowners and users, NGOs and local groups in nature conservation in Europe.
- 2 years 11 weeks agoAn international Eurosite workshop on Adaptive Site Management was held in Doorn, in the Utrechtse Heuvelrug National Park, in the heart of the Netherlands, from 13 to 15 December 2011. Co-hosted by Eurosite members Staatsbosbeheer, Natuurmonumenten, De12Landschappen and the Conservation Management System Consortium (United Kingdom), 36 nature conservation professionals, project leaders and specialist IT staff from 12 countries across Europe participated.