Restoration of natural spaces and wetlands

2-4 hours
Spring (April-May) and autumn (October- November)
Min. 15 / Max. 100
Starting from €55 / pers.

One of the Emys Foundation’s main tasks involves managing natural spaces to maintain and improve their habitats and ecological conditions.

This work is particularly important for restoring natural spaces that have become degraded or poorly preserved over time, and creating new natural spaces of interest. Some examples of this work are the restoration of the riverside forest in areas where it is in poor condition, the creation of new ponds for amphibians, and the maintenance of the ponds under land stewardship inhabited by populations of Emys orbicularis (European pond turtle).

We propose activities to restore natural spaces, particularly in wetland areas, to promote their ecological potential and improve their habitats.


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