The LIFE project aims to improve the quality of the habitats of grassland birds, like Whinchat, Corncrake or Common Snipe, and the Marsh Fritillary.
Moreover, they want to restore or establish Mountain hay meadows, species-rich Nardus grasslands, seminatural dry grasslands and lowland hay meadows.
To achieve these aims measures of type A will create the conceptual basics for measures type C which constitute the core of the project (also financially). They aim to establish Natura 2000 grasslands and to optimise the habitats for bird species or the Marsh Fritillary. Measures type D will analyse the efficiency of C and E measures, who encourage public relations work. Finally, measures type F include project management and the After LIFE Conservation Plan.
pasture with old tree. - picture: archive BRR