In WP1, outputs include project meetings as well as activity and financial project reports, resulting in timely and quality project deliverables that comply with EU project management procedures. 

In WP2, outputs consist in environmental assessments reports regarding project sites and measures of potential participation in restoration actions, resulting in baselines, the identification of landscape changes and priority connectivity areas, feasibility assessment and plans for the restoration of stepping stones.

Activities in WP3 will produce diverse and high quality germplasm for planting in restoration actions, and will result in new knowledge on the distinctiveness, and intraspecific genetic diversity of Mediterranean species and varieties, as well as strengthened capacity of UoM staff to conduct molecular and genetic plant research. 

Activities in WP4 will produce protected area management evaluations and reviews of plans; it will pilot restoration interventions consisting in planting locally relevant plant assemblages in close collaboration with private and government land owners. This will result in recommendations for improved protected area management, innovative management agreements, the establishment or restoration of ecological stepping stones, enhanced connectivity of the transboundary network of natural areas, increased abundance, diversity and sustainability of bird species using these protected areas. 

WP4 OUTPUT: Environmental Restoration


In WP5, planning practices and policies will be reviewed, and guidelines for integrating landscape management concerns into planning and policy mechanisms produced, and sensitization workshops and transboundary consultations organized. WP5 will result in increased integration of ecological and landscape concerns in policy and planning practices, increased transboundary coordination in environmental resource management. 

WP6 will develop a range of information products and instruments, including a website, posters, brochures, factsheets, specialized and general public articles, site field visits as well as a video to communicate the project approach and achievements, as well as sensitize and influence a range of stakeholders including schools, specialized professional bodies, as well as environmental and cultural heritage associations, academia, and local and regional administrations.

WP6 OUTPUT: Workshop October 1th - 4th 2013



This project is part-financed by the European Union European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Co-financing rate: 85% Eu Funds; 15% National Funds.

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