Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Juan Carlos Muñoz / Rewilding Europe

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“CÔA – Corridor of Arts” – Art returns to the wild in the Greater Côa Valley

August 1, 2022
In 2023, artistic expression is back in the Greater Côa Valley and art returns to the wild in this region. The “CÔA – Corridor of Arts” festival will have its first edition taking place in the summer of 2023, in the Greater Côa Valley. A festival that seeks to connect artists with communities in this natural environment, in order to co-create works of art that have integrated the landscape itself, using natural materials and respecting its natural decay.
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Monitoring rewilding impact: the importance of showing results

July 6, 2022
Even in the rewilding approach, where a lot of the nature recovery processes take place largely on their own after some initial management interventions, it is important to monitor and measure the impact of the work carried out, in the medium- and long-term. In a process that requires space and time to be effective, it is essential to showcase results and changes of rewilding, an approach which will play a decisive role in the ecosystems of the future.
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Diary of a photo mission with Blue Nomads

July 5, 2022
The duo of photographers Blue Nomads, composed by the couple Susana Silvestre and Ricardo Ferreira, spent two weeks carrying out a photographic mission in the Greater Côa Valley, with the goal of capturing through their lenses the work carried out by Rewilding Portugal, as well as all the natural heritage of the surrounding region. In their own words, let's travel through this article with this incredible duo to learn more about their experience.
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Travel Diary – Tourism Training in Italy

June 24, 2021
Daniel Veríssimo, Rewilding Portugal's Enterprise Officer, was present at the European Safari Company's Tourism Training in Italy, and brings a magical experience in his luggage that he now shares with us.
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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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