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  • Bringing neighbours closer

    Welcome to the Interreg V-A Latvia–Lithuania Programme 2014–2020!

    About the programme
  • Bringing neighbours closer

    Welcome to the Interreg V-A Latvia–Lithuania Programme 2014–2020!

  • Bringing neighbours closer

    Welcome to the Interreg V-A Latvia–Lithuania Programme 2014–2020!

LLI-476 Improvement of the environmental conditions of the public water bodies in Latvia and Lithuania (Save past for future)

In Preili, Kamariškes and Antalieptė existing water bodies have been abandoned and polluted for years, resulting in high eutrophication, overgrowth by aquatic and woody vegetation inside the ponds and ditches, as well as disappearance of open shorelines loosing not only ecological but also esthetical and cultural values too.

The project aims to increase capacity of organisations involved into restoration and maintenance of historical parks in complex with water bodies in North-East Lithuania and Latgale as important biodiversity objects by providing comprehensive management attitude on history, nature values and rural landscape.

3 parks – Anatalieptės Monastery park, Kamariškiai Manor park (LT) and Preili Manor park (LV) – will be reconstructed and cleaned. Reconstructed places in the parks afterwards will be supplemented with education paths that also be suplemented with interactive outdoor learning programmes for school children about green infrastructure, biodiversity, cultural heritage, restoration works and necessity of nature management.  Inventories of biodiversity, greeneries and trees in the parks, reports on economic assessment of ecosystem services in historic parks will be prepared, guidelines for the management of biodiversity and habitats in historical parks will be elaborated, veteran trees conditions improved in 3 project parks, 3 field days organized to share best practices and experience.

In order to educate people about local and global impact for water ecosystems and biodiversity in historical parks, various innovative educational activities will be organized for society, schoolchildren, municipality specialists, NGOs and stakeholders. During 3 Zero waste festivals participants will be encouraged to learn how to recycle wastes, professional lectures about water pollution and sustainable human lifestyle and zero impact on ecosystem, practical workshops, investigations will be available to take part. 2 educational summer camps for schoolchildren in Latvia and Lithuania will offer activities and new knowledge, how to investigate nature, park biodiversity. Workshop-study trip for school teachers about outdoor lessons will be organized to parks in Antaliepte and Kamariškis in Lithuania to promoted environmentally friendly attitudes and understanding on sustainable management of nature values.

Last updated: 30.07.2020 14:35