The LIFE BACCATA Project is co-financed by the European Commission in the Framework of the LIFE Call. It will take place between 2016 and 2020 in fifteen Natura 2000 Network sites in the Cantabria Mountain Range located in Galicia, Castilla y León and the Basque Country. The aim of the LIFE BACCATA project is to improve the conservation status of yew woods (9580*).
Thanks to this study, the dimensions, structure, and state of conservation of the European yew can be calculated in the yew woods of Tosande, in the Natural Park of Fuentes Carrionas and Fuente Cobre-Montaña Palentina. It will also enable to study the yew tree of San Cristobal de Valdueza, located in the region of El Bierzo.
The Castilla y Leon Regional Government has just awarded a public contract to Eural to carry out ‛the upgrading and protection Actions in the Framework of the LIFE 15 NAT/ES/790 for the preservation and restoration of the Mediterranean Forests of Taxus baccata (9580*) located at the Cantabrian Mountains of the Leon Province Central Mountains ’ for
On the occasion of the "European Natura 2000 Day" on May 22nd, a conference was held in the Agricultural Biodiversity and Rural Development Institute (IBADER) of Campus Terra, encompassed within the activities of the LIFE BACCATA and LIFE FLUVIAL projects, and organized by
The characterization of 9580 Habitat* at the ‵Mediterranean Forests of Taxus baccata′ in the Cantabrian Mountains of Castile and Leon was done from various perspectives, as one of the multiple actions implemented within the LIFE BACCATA Project.
As part of the LIFE BACCATA Project, the characterization of forestry formations with yew trees in Aralar and Pagoeta (Gipuzkoa, Spain) was conducted. The survey included the 3-D high-precision land photogrammetric mapping of the plots which are representative of these spaces.