ALPARCs General Assembly is the possibility to meet us, to discuss the already realised actions together with us and to take a look into the future. What kind of new challenges do we have to face and which kind of priorities should we set in the future for the Alps?
This General Assembly will be helpful as well for the creation of the association ALPARC, which will ensure a legal status to the network. Small working groups will be designed to work out the needs, exceptions and needs of the Alpine protected areas in the framework of the international collaboration.
Furthermore we would like to discuss the working program with you, on which we would like to work in the upcoming years.
ALPARC – this means all members together! Therefore we hope for numerous participation and we are looking forward to meet you soon at the next ALPARC General Assembly, which will be held on the 6th till 7th of September 2012 in Poschiavo/CH
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News from the network ALPARC
The next General Assembly of the network ALPARC will take place from the 6th to 7th of September 2012 in Poschiavo (CH) during the AlpWeek 2012.
The second international meeting of the alpine protected areas on "Environmental Education in the Alps" will be held on 17th and 18th of October 2012 in the National Park Hohe Tauern in Mallnitz (A).
La Semaine alpine qui se déroulera du 5 au 8 septembre 2012 dans le Val Poschiavo en Suisse tentera de répondre à cette question : dans quelle mesure les Alpes sont-elles renouvelables ?
In our newsletter « Nr 40 – special edition: The future of ALPARC », we have launched a call for testimonials to gather your experiences, messages of support, arguments, memories, anecdotes…Take a look in the already received testimonials
We invite you to consult the website for the multivision show to be informed about the latest presentation of the show in your area.
Since 2011 ALPARC’s postcard collection increased thanks to the creation of additional cards of the protected areas Alpine Park Karwendel, nature reserves in France and the Chartreuse Regional Nature Park.
A protected area in the spotlight
The Massif des Bauges, natural regional park since 1995, covers between 250 and 2217m and an area of 856 km². The park is divided in the two departments Savoy and the Haute-Savoie.
News from the protected areas
After ten years of existence, the Parc Ela gets the national label, but the Parkproject Muoatathal-Schwyz was rejected.
A team of experts, coordinated by the working group LUKA, visited the birthing cave of the lynx. The lynx Freia gave birth to two young lynx.
The National Park Gesäuse will open its new visitor attraction, the “walkable” ecological footprint, in the nature experience centre Weidendom the 7th of July 2012 at 10 am.
In preparation for the IUCN World Conservation Congress, which will be held this year in September in South Korea, ALPARC’s president and Berchtesgaden National Park’s director Michael Vogel was invited in late April to a work meeting.