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Klub Przyrodników is a non-governmental organization that has been involved in nature conservation throughout Poland for over 30 years. We implement a number of projects based on the active protection of endangered species of plants, animals and natural habitats. Our special interest remains the so-called alkaline fens, which have been protected all over the country for several years.
In the years 2012-2018, we implemented 2 projects:
Protection of alkaline fens (7230) of young-glacial landscape of northern Poland , in partnership with RDOŚ in Olsztyn and Gdańsk, the project was financed by the LIFE + European Commission financial instrument and the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management. The project covers 89 of the most valuable and best preserved alkaline fens of northern Poland in 30 Natura 2000 areas, in total in six provinces: Lubuskie, Wielkopolskie, Zachodniopomorskie, Pomorskie, Warmia and Mazury and Podlasie.
Note: information on the site regarding this project is marked with the icon: LIFE 7230 N
Protection of alkaline fens (7230) in southern Poland, in partnership with the Gorce National Park, the project was financed by the LIFE + European Commission financial instrument, the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management and the Regional Directorate of Environmental Protection in Rzeszów. The project included 97 most valuable and best preserved alkaline fossils of southern Poland in 24 Natura 2000 areas, in total in eight voivodeships: Małopolskie, Śląskie, Podkarpackie, Lubelskie, Dolnośląskie, Łódzkie, Mazowieckie and Świętokrzyskie.
Note: information on the site regarding this project is marked with the following icon: LIFE 7230 S
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