Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Staffan Widstrand / Rewilding Europe

Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Rewilding Portugal

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Juan Carlos Muñoz / Rewilding Europe

Progress and Results

Lupi EcoClubs: reinventing the environmental education of young people during the pandemic

January 12, 2021
This school year a new environmental education program has started in northern Portugal which seeks to bring students closer to nature. The focus of the EcoClubs is on teaching about biodiversity and promoting curiosity and pride in Portugal's natural values. This environmental education program had to reinvent itself to reach young people in the region due to the current pandemic.
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“Rewilding, a new path for nature in Portugal”: behind the scenes

December 17, 2020
The documentary, made by João Cosme and narrated by Célia Gil, premiered in late November, portrays the nature conservation work of an extended partnership, and explains what the rewilding approach can do for nature conservation in Portugal. See how the recordings and premiere went ...
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Team responsible for implementing and monitoring the use of livestock guarding dogs trained by Grupo Lobo

December 4, 2020
Between August and October 2020, a training session was held with Grupo Lobo to train the Rewilding Portugal team and the veterinarians collaborating with the LIFE WolFlux project. This training session allowed to the participants to gain more knowledge about the selection and integration of livestock guarding dogs in flocks and herds, and in the evaluation of these dogs' performance.
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Rewilding Portugal and Jornal Fórum Covilhã sign collaboration protocol

March 5, 2020
Rewilding Portugal celebrated on the morning of March 4, 2020, Wednesday, a collaboration protocol with Jornal Fórum Covilhã.
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The LIFE WolFlux project has received funding from the LIFE Programme of the European Union.

The LIFE programme is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action created in 1992. Every year, the European Commission, which manages the program LIFE launches a call for proposals and, based on criteria that take into account the multiannual strategic program and any national priorities, determines which of the proposed projects, can benefit from the financial support of LIFE and regularly publishes a list of these projects.

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