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Protection of biodiversity in forest areas, including the Natura 2000 network - Promotion of best practices

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Informations about trainings

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Informations about trainings

We kindly invite you to participate in our trainings on the protection of species and habitats!

 

Dates

Subject of training session

Localization:

 

6-7 June 2013

Best practice in boogs protection

Jastrowie

13-14 June 2013

Best practice in birds of pray protection

Krynica Zdrój

20-21 June 2013

Best practice in large carnivores protection

Supraśl

24-25 June 2013

Best practice in xerothermic grasslands protection

Kostrzyn

1-2 July 2013

Best practice in amphibias protection

Hoczew

4-5 July 2013

Best practice in saproxylic insects protection

Środa Wielkopolska

8-9 July 2013

Best practice in owls protection

Dębie (Bytów)

29-30 August 2013

Best practice in capercaillie protection

Ruszów

5-6 Semptember 2013

Best practice in bats protection

Krynica Zdrój

12-13 September 2013

Best practice in saproxylic insects protection

Suwałki

26-27 September 2013

Best practice in reptiles protection

Chełm

3-4 October 2013

Best practice in bisons protection

Kobiór

10-11 October 2013

Best practice in boogs protection

Pisz

17-18 October 2013

Best practice in large carnivores protection

Polańczyk

28-29 October 2013

Best practice in bats protection

Kampinos

All the training sessions are divided into two stages. During day one best practices will be presented as well as successes and problems appearing during the implementation of activities aiming at environmental protection together with methods of solving them. Day two will be devoted to field activities. The list of trainers – experts in a given field, the agenda and detailed information on accommodation, will be made public as soon as available.

Who may participate in the training sessions?

The training session are targeted at all persons interested in the protection of such species as lynx, wolf, bear, aesculapian snake, smooth snake, European pond turtle, insects, accipitriformes, bats, species of forest owls as well as habitats: xerothermic grasslands and marshes. At the end of a given training module the participants will receive diplomas.

The organiser covers the training costs and provides bed and board, training materials and transport during day two (field activities).

Note: the costs of transport to and from the place of accommodation/training as well as a possible additional night at the hotel (if the given person arrives earlier) are covered by the participants.

Registration for the training

Persons willing to participate in the trainings are requested to fill in the form and send it to the following address: marcin.golebiowski@lasy.gov.pl, cell phone: 603 100 339.

For registration the order of applications is valid.

All participants cordially invited.

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Project “Biodiversity protection in forest area,
including Nature 2000 areas – promotion of best practice” (Best for Biodiversity),
co-financed with the means of the European Union under the Financial Instrument LIFE+ and the National Fund of Environmental Protection and Water Management and State Forest National Forest Holding”

Coordination Center for Environmental Projects,
ul. Stawki 2, piętro 20,
00-193 Warszawa
tel.: +48 22 318 70 82
fax.: +48 22 318 70 98
e-mail: centrum@ckps.lasy.gov.pl