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Nemzetközi LIFE konczorcium magyar projektpartnert keres!

Az olasz CORILÁ-tól érkezett az alábbi partnerségi megkeresés nemzetközi LIFE pályázathoz.

Kapcsolattartó: Alessandro Meggiato, meggiato@corila.it; projekt alapadatai: cím: Restoration of Cladium Mariscus and Alluvial Forests habitats in Ramsar and Natura 2000 sites; időtartama: 01/10/2018 - 30/09/2022; főkedvezményezett: CORILA - Consorzio per il coordinamento delle ricerche inerenti al sistema lagunare di Venezia


Dear Organization,

I am writing to you on behalf of CORILA to invite your organization to join our partnership to submit a transnational proposal for LIFE Programme.

The co-financing rate is up to 75% of the total eligible costs granted to LIFE Nature and Biodiversity proposals that focus on concrete conservation actions for priority species or habitat types of the Birds and Habitats Directives: this is our case.
CORILA is an association of Ca' Foscari University and the University IUAV of Venice, the University of Padua, the Italy's National Research Council and the National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysic. It is overseen by the Ministry of Education, University and Research.

CORILA and other partners (Provveditorato interregionale per il Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia of Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, SELC, World Wildlife Fund... ) are willing to submit a project proposal for the second call of LIFE Programme 2017: the RECLADIA Project - for the Restoration of Cladium Mariscus and Alluvial Forests habitats in Ramsar and Natura 2000 sites.

RECLADIA is a best practice projects. It takes up best practice both applied and resulted from preceding Framework Programmes and described in publication at local and European level to implement some of the project conservation action.

We think it might be interesting to apply RECLADIA project best practices on a transnational scale,  in your country on areas with similar priority habitats​ (7210*, 91E0*).

The actions list and most of the text of the technical part is ready and it only needs to be integrated with the text of your interventions, the description of your area of intervention and the relative costs.

The main objectives of RECLADIA are conservation and restoration of the existing patches, and creation of new stands of the priority habitats 7210* Calcareous fens with Cladium mariscus and 91E0* Alluvial forests with Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinus excelsior in the WWF Oasis of Valle Averto (Venice, Italy).

This is the only place inside the SCI IT3250030 and SPA IT3250046 where these 2 priority habitats are known to exist. Hydraulic works will be done to ameliorate water levels regulation inside the Oasis, in order to flood when needed the interventions sites, thus favoring the development of the two habitats listed above. 

Hydraulic works will allow to maintain in the Oasis low water levels, to provide feeding sites for waders and small ducks, or high water levels, if the target species are diving ducks and herons.

Another topic addressed will be the reduction of invasive species: Baccharis halimifolia, Robinia pseudoacaciaSilurus glanis. The occurrence of these invasive species are threatening the habitat and the fish community of the WWF Oasis, which include species of conservation concern. Rafts will be built to increase the occurrence of breeding.​

I kindly invite you to reply as soon as possible, if you agree to join our partnership, because the deadline is on September 14th.

Thank You for kind attention.

Best regards,

Alessandro Meggiato


Consorzio per il coordinamento delle ricerche inerenti al sistema lagunare di Venezia

Consortium for Coordination of Research activities concerning the Venice Lagoon System



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