LIFE BACCATA project ended on September 30, 2021, meeting, and even exceeding, the objectives and results expected at the beginning of it. Especially in Galicia the project has implemented an interesting strategy for the restoration of 9580* habitat, extrapolated to the improvement of other natural habitats, especially forest habitat types.
The execution of LIFE BACCATA in Galicia has fulfilled the objectives set by the project at the beginning, contributing to the improvement of the conservation status of habitat 9580 * in SAC Os Ancares - O Courel (ES1120001), as well as providing an increase of the knowledge about this habitat and the dissemination of its values and conservation needs in different localitie
The LIFE BACCATA project seeks to improve the conservation status of habitat 9580* in 15 ZEC of the Cantabrian Mountains, acting on the habitat conservation status indicators: occupation area, structure and functions, and future perspectives.
The ninth meeting of the coordination team of the LIfe Baccata Project took place on 24 March. The end of the project is approaching and the representatives of the University of Santiago de Compostela, Hazi, the Cesefor Foundation and the Junta de Castilla y León, reviewed all the conservation, monitoring, awareness and dissemination of results actions.
On the 20th of May, the networking seminar of the LIFE BACCATA project on the production of yew was held.The seminar has served as a system for the dissemination of the information generated by the LIFE BACCATA project, as well as for the bidirectional exchange with other interested agents and entities about the interesting results and remarkable know-how that LIFE BACCATA
The LIFE BACCATA project aims to improve the conservation status of the 9580* habitat in 15 SACs in the Cantabrian Mountains, acting on the indicators of the conservation status of the habitat: area of occupation, structure and functions and future prospects.
The LIFE BACCATA project aims to improve the conservation status of the 9580* habitat in 15 SACs in the Cantabrian Mountains, acting on the habitat conservation status indicators: area of occupation, structure and functions and future prospects.
The working groups of the LIFE BACCATA project have developed characterization work of the beech forests of the Aralar Natural Park, which forms part of the Natura 2000 Network, as it is a Special Area of Conservation.