Registration open: Impact of the CAP on grassland habitats in Continental, Pannonian and Steppic regions
The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) affects Natura 2000 habitats and species, including those related to grasslands. In many countries in the Continental, Pannonian and Steppic biogeographical regions, the lack of good agricultural practices, resulting in undergrazing and overgrazing, has significant effects for the local biodiversity.
The objective of this event is to familiarize participants with current CAP developments, national RDPs and their relevant measures for Natura 2000, to exchange experience on relevant habitats management, and visit local best practice sites. Conserving grasslands and investing in nature conservation can contribute to local socio-economic and sustainable development.
The target audience consists of site managers and representatives from agriculture and the regional policy sector, both government and NGO, from the Pannonian, Continental and Steppic biogeographical regions.
Registration is open until 25 September.
Full details, including the programme and how to register, can be found here.
For more information, contact Monika Kotulak: email@example.com
This event is made possible with funding from the Natura 2000 Biogeographical Seminar Process.
CEEweb is a member of the consortium of partners led by ECNC that support the EC in the development and implementation of the Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process.