In September and October, we continue our webinar series with three very exciting presentations by Vlado Vancura on non-native species in European forests and on grazing, its impact on biodiversity and meaning for the alpine population.
40 years of experience
Forest expert and biodiversity expert Vlado Vancura will not only share current study results, but most importantly, he will also share his experience from over 40 years of forestry and conservation with all participants. You can expect a lecture on the topic, the input of Vlado Vancura. Afterwards, we want to hear your opinions and experiences and end the afternoon with an enriching discussion.
The webinars are all free of charge and will be held in German and English.
Topics and dates
Thursday, 22. September 2022, 13:00 – 14:00: Non-native species in European forests // Nicht heimische Arten in europäischen Wäldern
Unwanted intruders or welcome help? What is the status of non-native species in European forests? Do we need them because climate change is causing native species to disappear, or are they harmful? Vlado Vancura will answer these questions and more during his webinar on Thursday, September 22, 2022, 13:00 – 14:00. Do not miss this and register now!
Thursday, 06. October 2022, 13:00 – 14:00: Grazing and biodiversity // Beweidung und Biodiversität
What does grazing have to do with biodiversity? How important is this tradition still today? And which grazing techniques are best? Vlado Vancura will address these questions at his webinar on Thursday, 06 October 2022, 13:00 – 14:00. Register now to learn more about this interesting topic!
Thursday, 13. Oktober 2022, 13:00 – 14:00: Grazing – an important element of mountain economy, culture and identity // Beweidung – ein wichtiges Element der Bergwirtschaft, Kultur und Identität
Grazing is an important component of mountain management. In his webinar on Thursday, October 13, 2022, 13:00 – 14:00, Vlado Vancura will answer questions such as how much grazing still shapes alpine populations and how grazing has evolved historically. Join us and register now!
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