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Impact of Common Agriculture Policy on grassland habitats in Continental, Pannonian and Steppic region

3 October at 08:00 - 4 October at 17:00

CEEweb for Biodiversity and Bükk National Park are organizing “Impact of Common Agriculture Policy on grassland habitats in Continental, Pannonian and Steppic region”. The event would be held in Eger, Hungary. The seminar will cover 3 biogeographical regions; Continental, Pannonian, Steppic. The event’s location – Bükk National Park, celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, was chosen to emphasize the significance of the subjects covered.

Find the agenda and the description of the event here: Natura2000 Thematic Networking Event Outline

For more information, contact Monika Kotulak (kotulak@nullceeweb.org)

For the field guide created by the Bükk NPD click here: Field guide of the study trip

See the information fact sheet about the topics covered during the workshop here: Information fact sheet


Presentations given during the workshop:

The role of CAP payments in nature conservation – Peter Tóth

The devil is in the detail: proper grazing increases, improper grazing reduces floral diversity of primary grasslands at Kunpeszér – Csaba Vadász

Impact of CAP on grassland habitats and pasturing – Alexander Mrkvicka

Grazing of grasslands in the protected areas in the Czech Republic with the support of AECM (CAP) – how to enhance the ecological benefits? – Klara Camska

Extensive grazing – basic tool for restoration of dry grasslands in PLA České středohoří: the role of LIFE projects and AEM – Roman Hamersky

European Innovation Partnership “Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability” – Sergiu Ddicescu

Welcome to the Bükk National Park! Andras Schmotzer

CEEweb’s work on agriculture: Sustainable Rural Developement Index – Monika Kotulak

Overview of the topicscovered – Szabolcs Weinhandl


For the follow-up report on the conference click here

Minutes from Working Group 1

Minutes from Working Group 2


 

Details

Start:
3 October am31 08:00
End:
4 October pm31 17:00