Using species rich semi-natural grassland to obtain
seed for the restoration of degraded areas
Experiences from Salvere and European countries
21 and 22 September 2011, Agricultural Faculty, Legnaro (PD, Italy)
The conference presents the main results of SALVERE, a project promoted and coordinated by the Department of Environmental Agronomy and Crop Production of the University of Padova (DAAPV), and supported by the European Union with Interreg Central Europe funds.
The conference is addressed to researchers and practitioners, who in their professional life wish to study and apply ecological restoration methods for the establishment of herbaceous vegetations of high quality and biodiversity. It is also addressed to the farmers organizations interested in maintaining species-rich semi-natural grasslands and willing to place these surfaces at the disposal of people involved in ecological restoration.
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Semi-natural grassland as a source of biodiversity improvement