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Pilot project

Objectives:

A group of landowners will be involved as an important and reliable partner in the management of Natura 2000 areas. This concept will be implemented taken to demonstrate and further develop a participatory approach.

 

Actions and tools involved:

A best-practice method on Ñhow to make landowners to commit to a sustainable management of Natura 2000 areasì will be further developed in the study on the participation of private landowners in the management of Natura 2000 areas. This study will be presented at several conferences. The project itself is actually a best-practice demonstration. Most landowners in the project area are involved in the ecological restoration. A good cooperation between various stakeholders showcases also a participatory approach, as landowners are represented in the extended project committee. We hope that this best practice, the project results and a participatory approach will be disseminated to relevant target groups thanks to communication actions including the website, published articles, brochures, posters, a video, exhibition stands and conferences.

 

Expected results (outputs and quantified achievements):

We are convinced that the project will be a good example of the involvement of private landowners in the management of Natura 2000 areas. The results will be monitored as well as the achievement of objectives one and two. Lesson learned will also be observed. The results will be embraced in the study on the participation of private landowners in Natura 2000 management which will be presented during the conference on the aforementioned topic as well as field experience and the video documentary. The final project conference will present the project as a whole. Thanks to dissemination activities, we aim to reach the public interested in the methodology used for this project.