LIFEstockProtect

Improving livestock protection for the direct benefit of wolf conservation in the German-speaking Alpine Region

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LIFEstockProtect
  • Project duration: August 2020 - August 2025
  • Project status:
    Approval by the Scientific Committee
  • Funding:
    2014 - 2020 (Life+ /EU funding /Project)
  • Total project budget: €4,899,191.00
  • Website: https://lifestockprotect.info/

L'obiettivo del progetto LIFEstock Protect è quello di aumentare l'accettazione delle misure di protezione del bestiame per diminuire il conflitto uomo-lupo nella parte delle Alpi di lingua tedesca . Viene utilizzato un approccio innovativo di conservazione e un approccio dal basso verso l'alto. La formazione peer-to-peer per lo sviluppo delle capacità si svolgerà attraverso le associazioni di agricoltori. Il progetto creerà una rete transfrontaliera di esperti formati per ottenere un'efficace attuazione della protezione del bestiame in modo omogeneo in tutte le aree del progetto. Il risultato atteso è utilizzato per ridurre al minimo il conflitto tra lupi e umani

Publications
The project LIFEstockProtect: Livestock protection from farmers for farmers
Stauder J, Favilli F (2021)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: Forum Carpaticum 2021 | Brno | 21.6.2021 - 25.6.2021

Partner
University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology
Bioland Landesverband Bayern e.V.
Autonome Provinz Bozen Südtirol, Abteilung Museen, Naturmuseum Südtirol
Arbeitsgemeinschaft für die biologisch-dynamische Wirtschaftsweise
BIO AUSTRIA Niederösterreich und Wien
BIO AUSTRIA – Verein zur Förderung des biologischen Landbaus
Bioland Beratung GmbH
BUND Naturschutz in Bayern e.V.
Società Cooperativa Sociale Eliante Onlus
European Wilderness Society, Verein zum Schutz der Europäischen Wildnis
Naturschutzbund Österreich
Naturschutzhunde – Spürhunde im Natur- und Artenschutz
OPUS Oekologische Planungen Umweltstudien und Service GmbH
Österreichzentrum Bär, Wolf, Luchs
Tourismusverband Tiroler Oberland
Umweltdachverband Österreich
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