On 10 – 12. October 2017 the Project Staff Members took part in the international meeting in Brussels devoted to LIFE Projects implementation „Reintroduction of species: a tool for the ecological restoration of habitats”.
The topical issues included experience exchange to the extent of species reintroduction and ecological restoration of precious habitats in the European Union. The meeting targeted scientific researchers, environmental protection institution staff members, and all those using LIFE instruments for environmental protection purposes. The aim of the meeting was to facilitate the exchange of specialist knowledge and best practices among LIFE NATURA Programme Beneficiaries.
During one of the discussion panels Ms Doormat Okoń, PhD, environmental protection officer employed at the Landscape Parks Compound of the Silesian Voivodeship, delivered a speech on behalf of the LIFE+ Beskids Project Team. The presentation titled „Protection on non-forest communities in the Beskids’ Landscape Parks” aimed at publicising overall objectives of the Project, focusing on the meeting thematic issues - planting native plants in areas where Alpine sorrel grows.