„Preservation of wetland habitats in the upper Biebrza Valley” is a project whose aim is to conserve the endangered wetland habitats covered by the Nature 2000 network and to protect valuable species of flora and fauna which inhabit them. Protective measures include grassland mowing and scrub clearance in endangered habitats, proper water and forest management, land buyout, educational activities, the development of tourist infrastructure and the appropriate nature conservation management in cooperation with the local community. The project is carried out in the years 2012-2017. The project’s budget amounts to EUR 4.8 million.
The project „Preservation of wetland habitats in the upper Biebrza Valley” LIFE11/NAT/PL/422 is co-financed by LIFE+ - the financial instrument of the European Commission, the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management and Biebrza National Park.