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AgriNatur AT-HU
Interreg ornament

Research evening at the national park house vienna-lobAU


Only environmentally sustainable (bio-) managed fields and meadows in a diverse cultural landscape and large areas reserved for nature can provide multifunctional services for food supply, soil protection, recreational use, and biodiversity in the long term. In the Interreg project AgriNatur AT-HU, the Forestry and Agriculture Department of the City of Vienna, Bioforschung Austria, Széchenyi István University, and their partners and experts are working on joint solutions. The presentations on bird surveys, insect monitoring, and the development process towards biodiversity-promoting organic farming can also be read.

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