Rehabilitation of damaged forests – habitat 9260 – Castanea sativa, the action is based on the European experience in developing and implementing biological control of chestnut affected by a fungus from Asia – Cryphonectria parasitica. Chemical control of the fungus is not effective and hybridization with resistant Asian chestnut species is not permitted in protected habitats, the only effective method being biological control.Learn more »
Restoration of habitat 4070 * – Pinus mugo and Rhododron myrtifolium action consists of planting Pinus mugo in mismanaged/destroyed areas and pastures. The method is successfully used in other protected areas (national parks).Learn more »
ROSCI0129 site Gorj North West include biological and ecological diversity, which contains 6 types of ecosystems – forests (forests and bushes), meadows, saxicole, water (water sheen) river and caves.
ROSCI0129 site Gorj North West is one of the few sites with a high biodiversity. Unfortunately, parts of this area are already degraded or destroyed. Lack of targeted habitat management activities have resulted in the degradation and loss of natural habitats with high ecological value.Learn more »