From 7 to 9 March, in La Baule-Escoublac, France, the team behind LIFE Sallina will hold a seminar on restoring habitats and species of Community interest in salt marshes.
France’s Pays de la Loire region has almost 16 000 hectares of salt marshes, natural heritage which is under pressure from a lack of hydraulic management, use of mechanical machinery at sensitive periods, salt production, agricultural abandonment, invasive species and more.
The seminar will examine progress on restoring and conserving habitats of Community interest and species of salt marshes in the region.
About LIFE Sallina
The LIFE Sallina project is working to restore and conserve habitats and species in three Natura 2000 sites, the salt marshes of Guérande and Mès, of Île de Noirmoutier and the Marais Breton.