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PROJECT LIFE MANSALT - Man and Nature in Sečovlje pans

In Sečovlje Salina Nature Park since October 2010 we performed MANSALT LIFE - Man and Nature in Sečovlje pans. The main objective of the project is to preserve biodiversity in the Salina.
"The project resources from the LIFE financial instrument of the European Communities and the Government of the Republic of Slovenia"

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Visit of the LIFE project participants from Bulgaria

In 2014, we hosted in Sečovlje Salina Nature Park our colleagues from Bulgaria, which are carrying out different LIFE projects. On 23 May 2014, we had a visit from the project MC-SALT, LIFE/10/NAT/IT/000256 representatives, which are partners of the Italian carrier of the LIFE project. Moreover, on 16 October 2014, we hosted representatives of two LIFE projects, namely the project Salt of Life, LIFE08/NAT/BG/000277 and the project Life for the Burgas Lakes, LIFE08/10/NAT/IT/000256.

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Second international Adriatic Flyway Conference

From the 30.9.2014 to 03.10.2014 held the Second international Adriatic Flyway Conference, organized by the organization Euronatur. The conference was participated and presenting the KPSS by I. Škornik co-authored with A. Sovinc entitled "Securing favorable ecological status of species and Habitats and traditional Salinas: visitor management and salt-production process and Sečovlje Salina Nature Park" where we wanted to present a model management of protected areas.

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Spring Opening of Thalasso Spa Lepa Vida

Thalasso Spa Lepa Vida at the saltpans will be opened again on 17th May, 2014. Amids the saltpans you can indulge yourself with a variety of wellness and relaxations programms.In our Thalasso Spa Lepa Vida in the middle of the salt fields, we offer you the gifts of the sea which have a refreshing impact on the body, establish balance in the body, give it energy as well as nourish and regenerate the skin. You can choose from different treatments with natural products from the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park. Salt-pan mud and brine – “mother” water, salt, and sea water are the most important parts of the thalassotherapy at the salt pans. Of them, salt-pan mud and brine are recognized by the Ministry of Health as being natural healing substances.

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Where do our turtles disappear in summer?

The interim results of the monitoring of the population of the European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis), which was done in the frame of the LIFE project MANSALT in Sečovlje Salina Nature Park, has provided interesting findings and opened up some new questions.

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Get to know Slovenian LIFE projects

There are nine ongoing projects in Slovenia. Seven projects fall under the LIFE+ Nature and Biodiversity component. These projects focus on the conservation/management/restoration of habitats (freshwater wetlands, the Natura 2000 site of Sečovlje salina, the Ljubljanica River corridor and the lower Drava river) and species (nocturnal animals such as moths and bats, Mediterranean shag, wolf). Two projects aim to disseminate information and raise the profile of environmental issues (project Rebirth is seeking to increase and improve the recycling of industrial and construction/demolition waste for use in the construction sector whereas the project Aquaviva aims at improving public awareness in Slovenia about the importance of protecting and conserving freshwater ecosystems).

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World Wetlands Day 2014: Wetlands and agriculture

February each year is World Wetlands Day, the Convention's annual campaign day.
2014 is the UN International Year of Family Farming – so the Ramsar Convention chose Wetlands & Agriculture as the World Wetlands Day theme for 2014. And what a great theme for Ramsar, given that wetlands are so often intimately linked with agriculture. Our slogan? Wetlands and Agriculture: Partners for Growth, placing a focus on the need for the wetland and agricultural sectors (and the water sector too of course) to work together for the best shared outcomes.

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