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FLEURS LOCALES

Biodiversity restoration chains by native seeds in Mediterranean vineyards, agrosystems and natural environments

Axis 5: Environment and resource efficiency
OBJECTIVE 6D1 :
Reinforcing the cooperation of the SUDOE stakeholders of the natural sites through the development and the use of joint methods.
STATE: En curso
CODE: SOE4/P5/F1011
TOTAL ELIGIBLE COST (€)
1.593.690,00€
AID FEDER (€)
714.739,20 €
Sonia Bertrand

PROJECT MANAGER

SECTORS: Integrated management of the ressources and natural sites
ANNOUNCEMENT: Cuarta
DURATION:
1 May, 2020
30 April, 2023
RESULTS: 2020-04-30
PRIMARY BENEFICIARY:
Conservatoire d'espaces naturels du Languedoc-Roussillon (FR)
OTHER BENEFICIARIES:
  • 2. FAB'LIM, le Labo des territoires alimentaires Méditerranéens (FR)
  • 3. Universidade do Minho Centro de Investigação e Tecnologias Agroambientais e Biológicas Polo Universidade do Minho (PT)
  • 4. Fundación Global Nature (ES)
  • 5. Semillas Silvestres, S.L. (ES)
  • 6. Instituto Nacional de Investigação Agrária e Veterinária - Serviço desconcentrado de Elvas (PT)
  • 7. Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (PT)

“Local Fleurs” proposes concrete responses to the massive loss of biodiversity, accelerated by climate change: adaptation of restoration protocols to Mediterranean environments and construction of ecological restoration chains with all stakeholders (space managers, scientists, producers of seeds, institutions, users …) gathered around “local biodiversity management agreements”. Several pilot territories are mobilized in each country. Based on common working methods, each partner implements restoration chains that respond to specific local challenges (green roofs in vineyards, flowery meadows, areas damaged by fires). The project partners (scientists, technicians, space managers and socio-economic actors) combine their skills to constitute indigenous seed mixtures and structure renaturation chains adapted to the diversity of the media needs of the SUDOE space.

PARTICIPATING REGIONS