On June 28-29 a conference closing both projects was held. The conference took place in Widoradz (28.06) – where the activities and effects of the LIFE13 NAT / PL / 024 project (protection of alkaline fens in southern Poland) were summarized and then the participants were transported to Chojnice, where 29.06 we summarized the activities and effects of the LIFE11 NAT / PL / 423 project (protection of alkaline fens in northern Poland).
Both days had a presentation part, where the participants were acquainted with the objectives of the project and its effects. In Widzoradz, the most interesting sites were also characterized. Then there was a field trip to one of the project sites – Torfowiska nad Prosną.
|The representative of Gorczański National Park – Project Partner – reports on the tasks of the Park in the project||Project Manager – Dorota Horabik presents the goals and effects of the project||Prof. Lesław Wołejko – expert on alkaline fens – acquaints the participants with the specificity of alkaline fens|
|Participants of a field trip to Torfowiska nad Prosną||The President of the Club – Robert Stańko talks about fens||Lecture in the field|
On the second day – 29.06 – this time in Chojnice the second part of the Conference was held, which concerned the LIFE11 NAT / PL / 423 project, ie the protection of alkaline fens in northern Poland. Here – as in Widoradz – first there was a presentation part and then a field trip. This time, participants had the opportunity to see two of the best-preserved fens in northern Poland – the “Bagno Stawek” and “Mechowisko Radość” reserves.
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