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We are pleased to communicate and invite you to the final event of our LIFE project.

It will be a 3-day event from Sunday 11 July to Tuesday 13 in Santa Sofia (FC) and surroundings, with activities for children and families, musical performances, conferences for the general public, field trips and a conference with in-depth technical sessions on themes addressed by our project.

In order to participate in the various activities scheduled you can register by filling out the following form:

https://forms.gle/QSDmCBPixWZb51zr5

Monday's conference will also be broadcast live on the National Park Facebook page.
 
Here is the program:

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The usual annual monitoring visit of our LIFE project took place on 23 and 24 March.

 
A somewhat special visit, with only a few of us in attendance at the Officine Capodarno facilities and most of us remotely connected.
However, we were able to visit several intervention sites created thanks also to the precious collaboration of the farmers who are concessionaires of the pastures in the Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona e Campigna National Park, and from the project partners of the Carabinieri for Biodiversity Department of Pratovecchio and the Unione dei Comuni Montani del Casentino.
A big thank you also goes to the partners University of Pavia, University of Bologna and DREAm Italia.
The most felt, however, is for our new monitor, which like all those that preceded him, dispensed excellent advice to improve our actions more and more and encouraged us to do better and better.

The first online version of Layman's project report is available.

A product that summarizes what LIFE WetFlyAmphibia has done to date in a simple and captivating way.

Download it here!

  

A relatively short path in the "high lands" of the Park, with many reasons of environmental as well as archeological and evocative interest.

Download the document.

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