Name of the organisation: Center for Environment
Project: Support in situ restoration and conservation of the oldest European tree species – Serbian spruce (Picea omorika (Panč.) Purkinye) Program: Biodiversity and protected areas
Location Budget Role: Coordinator, co-beneficiary, affiliated entity Donors to the action (name) Amount contributed (by donor) Dates
Bosnia and Herzegovina/Serbia Overall project budget:

182480

Euro

CZZS budget: 24000 Euro

Partner

(Lead partner: Republic institute for the protection of cultural, historical and natural heritage)

“Franklinia” Fondation 135630 01.08.2021.-01.08.2024.
 Objectives and results Objective:

To create a ground base for the future long-term conservation management practices on the basis

of the Guidelines for conservation management of Serbian spruce and to have well trained managers and rangers.

Expected results:

The project aims to test the methods to help natural regeneration (in situ) of Serbian spruce. In this regard, field research (pilot areas) will be carried out and based on the results, recommendations will be given for further management and conservation of this endemic species.

 

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