LATVIA: Forests, Wetlands, Green Infrastructure & Digital Technologies – May 2023
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LATVIA: Forests, Wetlands, Green Infrastructure & Digital Technologies – May 2023

Excerpt: Ķemeri Bog is a large area of raised mire (6,192ha) with varying degrees of woodland cover. From the air, and tourist observation towers, the spectacular bog patterning of a large intact “wet” bog can be seen, but there are parts of the bog that have had damaging activities and recent positive interventions.

Summary Report for NET 5 2019
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Summary Report for NET 5 2019

2019 has been another great year for the NET Programme. Our hosts have delivered a wide range of innovative and well-crafted courses in nature conservation and cultural heritage management, and the NET participants have created an excellent and diverse range of reports from films encouraging agroforesty in Scotland, outreach activities based on Slovak cave houses, […]

Film: Dehesa – A Spanish Agroforestry Farming System & Implications for Scotland
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Film: Dehesa – A Spanish Agroforestry Farming System & Implications for Scotland

There are very few contemporary examples of agroforestry in Scotland today, so to help land managers visualise what this system could look like and how it might work on your farm, we have made a short film about a living, working agroforestry farm in the south of Spain. The system is called Dehesa, and although the climate is different, the Dehesa has many parallels with marginal land in the Scottish uplands.

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