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The Lonjsko polje Nature Park has been known to cooperate with the locals and it has secured them almost two million euros worth of subsidies.Read story See Project
Networking and activating the 27 associations and 6,000 citizens led to the prevention of building hydropower plant.See Project
First cooperation between an NGO for bird protection and the Serbian national electric company.See Project
Tivat Salina are invaluable place for birds and are now recognized by people.Read Story See Project
Each year, the Visitor Centre and Rescue Centre for Griffon Vultures in the town of Beli on the island of Cres gets thousands of visitorsRead story
Indigenous breeds (Istrian pramenka and Istrian ox) helps in prevention of overgrowth of pastures on Učka and 10 families are living from their breedingSee Project
Only mowers can help in the survival of endangered bird corncrake and earn money for itSee Project
For 14 years an educational camp in the Učka Nature Park was organized, with over 1000 volunteers attending and more than 22 000 birds counted.See Project
Albanian NGO for Protection and Preservation of Natural Environment in Albania (PPNEA) created an online portalSee Project
Thanks to the support of the Krka National Park, a young five-member family uses a large space for traditional grazing, and their sheep and Buša cattle prevent the encroachment of 500 m2 of pasturesRead story See Project
United under the slogan “Keep thievery away from our river”, the locals of the Vitez municipality are defending the Kruščica River, a future nature park, with their bodies, preventing the construction of small-scale hydropower plants. Among them is a group of women who suffered police brutality at the scene.Read story See Project
Thanks to the activities of volunteers who stimulated the local population's interest in livestock farming by removing the vegetation in the "Obedska pond" special nature reserve, today cattle takes care of the recently non-existent meadows visited by more and more touristsRead Story See Project
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