A travelling exhibition of the photo competition A gyepek titkai III. can be seen in the Lászlómajor Visitor Centre and Demonstration Garden of the Fertő-Hanság National Park Directorate until 28 August 2023.The aim of the exhibition is to present and promote the values of grassland habitats and through this to draw attention to the importance of their protection and conservation.
The glass is half full – the GRASSLAND-HU LIFE integrated project is halfway through in Hortobágy National Park
The LIFE integrated project ist halfway through its 8-year duration. Given that the overall objective of the GRASSLAND-HU integrated project is to restore and conserve the natural landscape of the Pannonian Steppes, the Hortobágy National Park Directorate (HNPD) intends to report on the status of work and give information about the progress that had been reached on the designated project locations within its territory so far.
The 8-year-long GRASSLAND-HU LIFE integrated project has successfully reached its halfway point!!
The aim of the project is to improve the conservation status of grassland habitats and species, in order to ensure their long-term conservation. The first period of the project focusing on preparatory works were done, while the second period aims to put project tasks into action. Reaching the halfway point, we would like to report the results and achievements, which have been made so far.
The Herman Otto Institute Non-profit Ltd. invited 300 primary school children to get involved in the Day of Birds and Trees on Friday 13th May 2022.
Children could learn about the importance of environmental protection through environmental awareness activities including fun bird and tree facts, videos, noise pollution and composting lessons, mini botanical garden and zoo at 10 venues. At the end of the event, children and teachers could exchange go green stamps for gift baskets.