Workshop – Mediterranean forest management and Natura 2000

Mediterranean Forest © David Morris

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Under the framework of the Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process for the Mediterranean Region, Parc naturel regional du Luberon will host an interesting workshop focused on current issues in Mediterranean forest management, between the  9th – 11th May 2016.

During two days, participants will learn about integrated management approaches that benefit both forestry and nature conservation through plenary sessions, field trips and interactive sessions. The challenges and opportunities of promoting ecological connectivity through ntegrated planning will be the main discussion topic. Therefore, to provide participants an overview of European implemented systems, professionals from France, Portugal, Italy and Greece will share their expertise and local experiences on the management of Mediterranean forests.

A draft version of the programme is already available and can be downloaded below.

For registrations and further information please contact ECNC to

Official Link of the event.

About the Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process

The Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process is developed by the European Commission and involves a network of people and organisations, which EUROPARC Federation is part of. The Federation seeks to ensure the experience of our members in the front line of Protected Area management is recognised. Check the latest updates on the Natura 2000 Biogeographical process here.