The Schütt-Dobratsch LIFE project clearly displays the LIFE, Natura 2000, project and partner logos. For more information on the project, see the project website.
Cabo de Gata
This panel presents key plant and animal species of the wetland habitat being targeted by the Cabo de Gata LIFE project. The picture gives a good overview, so little extra explanatory text is needed. For more information on the project, see the project website.
The clear structure of this notice board enables the bilingual presentation of a lot of detailed information on the project. To learn more about this Dune regeneration project, see the project website.
By using large photos and a map, this panel not only attracts the attention of visitors, it also enables them to see quickly what the project is about and more easily understand key information. To find out more, see the project website.
Sustainable and multifunctional management of Umbria coppices
The SUMMACOP notice board describes the project at one of the locations where it is implemented. For more information on the project, see the project website.
This panel briefly describes project sites and organisations involved. This is a simple way of informing the public about an on-going project. For more information, see the project website.
The Polish Bison conservation project's panel convinces with its bilingual approach: aim and activities of the project are explained in Polish (on the left) and in English (on the right). The map in the middle visualises the habitat of the bison. For more information on the project, see the project website.
This panel highlights the high nature conservation value of the natural forest site Grossjöberget in Sweden, which has become a nature reserve thanks to LIFE project activities aimed at the acquisition and legal protection of the site.