On 18th of June 2018, the International Day for the Environment was celebrated. The Regional Government of Cantabria, through the General Directorate for the Environment (Rural means, Fisheries and Food Council) together with Life+AROCS organized a voluntary day to contribute to the elimination of Invasive Alien Species in the Liencres Natural Park.
This is how went the International Workshop – Management of Coastal Dunes & Sandy Beaches, hold in Dunkirk, FR, on 12th to 14th of June 2018
Life+ARCOS attended the International Workshop – Management of Coastal Dunes & Sandy Beaches, hold in Dunkirk, France on 12-14 of June, 2018. Take a look to what happened there.
Life+ARCOS launches a public survey to evaluate public awareness about dune conservation in the Cantabrian coast. Do you want to help us?
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That’s how Life+ARCOS celebrated the European day for Natura 2000 network in Barayo (Navia-Valdés) Asturias
Check out this video to find out what happened on 26th of May, 2018 in Barayo. Life+ARCOS organized a small workshop with some talks and we also visited the actions we are developing in this protected site. All the attendees were informed about the importance of Natura 2000 network as a tool to legally protect the threatened European habitats.
We celebrated European Natura 2000 Network day on 18 May 2018 with a new volunteer and training event on invasive flora with the LIFE ARCOS Project from the Directorate-General of Natural Environment of the Regional Ministry of Rural Affairs, Fisheries and Food of the Government of Cantabria. On this occasion, the Cantabrian companies AMICA, AMPROS and SERCA worked to control the cape weeds that was starting to bloom in the tertiary dunes of the Helgueras beach dune system in Noja (Cantabria)
Feature on the volunteer day held on 17 May 2018, when the Life+ARCOS team of the Directorate-General of Natural Environment of the Government of Cantabria celebrated European Natura 2000 Day by eliminating the invasive species known as the “capeweed” in Berria, Santoña.