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Project location fenced against illegal sport fans

01.07.2014

Within the frame of the project action D.9. the Budapest Forestry Co. has installed an electric fence system and several gates together with several notice and information boards in order to fight against illegal waste deposition and the ditches and dirt roads which were created by motor vehicles adverting from the road.

Field visit to the Hungarian Little Plain Project area in the 3nd day of the international conference “Nature protection in military areas”

22.05.2014.

On the third day of the international conference “Nature protection in military areas”, field trip to the Hungarian Little Plain project location, near Győr, Hungary, provided ground for the participants to explore, the protected and invasive species, the conservation actions of the Hungarian Little Plain Project (LIFE08 NAT/H/000289), aiming to rehabilitate endangered priority-listed Pannonic sand land habitats. The project is implemented by the Economic office of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence together with the Fertő - Hanság National Park Directorate, Budapest Forestry Co. and Aquaprofit Co. The latter is responsible for communication actions organised the conference. For participants it was also a unique opportunity to ask the consortium members and their experts for on-site experiences and advice.  

EU commissioners introduced the new LIFE programme (2014-2020) and best practices

22.05.2014.

Mr. András Demeter PhD, advisor at the European Commission Directorate-General for the Environment Directorate B - Natural Capital, Brussels presented the most recent information regarding the upcoming LIFE programme, at the international conference on 14-16 May 2014, in Veszprém, Hungary, in the framework of the Hungarian Little Plain Project (LIFE08 NAT/H/000289) and the Eastern-Bakony Project (LIFE07 NAT/H/000321).

Successful international conference “Nature protection in military areas” in Veszprém

21.05.2014. 

100 applicants from 13 countries took part of the international conference on 14-16 May 2014, in Veszprém, Hungary, in the framework of the Hungarian Little Plain Project (LIFE08 NAT/H/000289) and the Eastern-Bakony Project (LIFE07 NAT/H/000321), which both aims to rehabilitate protected sand land habitats on areas used by Military Forces.

The online registration for the international conference „Nature protection in military areas” is closed

01.03.2014

99 applicants from 13 countries will take part of the international conference on the 14th - 16th May 2014, in Veszprém, Hungary.

Discoveries of the Hungarian Little Plain project were presented on the IX. Regional environmental science conference

18.02.2014

Szinetár Csaba, Kovács Péter, Takács Gábor, Eichartd János and Török Tamás held a presentation on the IX. Regional environmental science conference about the spiders discovered in the Gönyű military site, in the Hungarian Little Plain region. 

Successful nature protection project in other military areas: The Eastern Bakony project

05.12.2013

The other LIFE+ project, managed by the Hungarian Ministry of Defence:  „Restoration and conservation of priority habitats and species in the Eastern Bakony area” (LIFE07 NAT/H/000321) held a successful press conference in Budapest, Hungary. Consortium partners presented the project results and outcomes.

New spider species discovered in the Hungarian Little Plain

02.12.2013

Dr. Szinetár Csaba and Kovács Péter discovered a new spider species (Parasyrisca arrabonica) in the Hungarian Little Plain LIFE+ project area.

Military training in 2013

02.12.2013

The Fertő - Hanság National Park and the Ministry of Defence is cooperating to develop trainings of military personnel, which includes:

„Nature protection in military areas”- international conference in Veszprém

15.10.2013

The Defence Economic Office of the Ministry of Defence of Hungary and its partners hereby would like to kindly inform you about the following international conference:

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