European Wilderness Newsletter
Thank you to our partners
Thank you to our great partners!

The LIFEstockProtect project got off to a very good start, we were invited to join a great Horizon 2020 project proposal and just assisted in the submission of a full LIFE application focusing on the reintroduction of the Apollo butterfly in the Sudetes, White Carpathians and Austrian Alps.

We are currently implementing Interreg and Austrian Ministry projects and are looking forward to the Youth Green Conference this fall.

It is the latitude of these projects which showcases the professional skills of our team. Projects like these enable us to positively impact nature conservation and mitigate the impact of climate change. 

We would like to thank all our friends and partners for their support and trust. Without you we never would be so successful.

Thank your for your trust in us!

European Wilderness Society 
Max A E Rossberg, Chairman 

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