9–11 May 2016 (t.b.c.), Parc naturel régional du Luberon, France
This two-day workshop will address current issues in Mediterranean forest management. It will in particular focus on integrated management approaches, benefiting both forestry and nature conservation. The challenges and opportunities of planning and promoting ecological connectivity and old growth core areas are some of the approaches that will be illustrated during the field visits and discussed during the interactive sessions. Examples of integrated forest management from across the Mediterranean will be presented at the knowledge market and discussed, allowing the participants to increase their knowledge about the state of the art in integrated Mediterranean forest management. The workshop will be of particular interest to local and regional practitioners from the forestry and nature conservation fields in the Mediterranean region.
People interested in participating and / or presenting a case are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org at their earliest convenience.
Source: Natura 2000 Biogeographical Process Newsletter - January 2016