Photo by Tomasz Pezold
Tb eNEWS - 11 - October 2017 - newsletter cover
Tb eNEWS - 11 - October 2017

IN FOCUS: Saxon-Bohemian Switzerland in the heart of Europe

A conservation atlas for transboundary conservation areas

Restoration of the Rio Bravo-Grande

EUROPARC in Central and Eastern Europe
Photo: Jakub Kašpar
Photo: Jakub Kašpar

After the meeting in Podyjí National Park, Czech Republic, in September 2014, initiated by the EUROPARC Federation Czech Republic, EUROPARC is heading to a new geographic section – EUROPARC Central and Eastern Europe.

The new section will be formed in March 2015 during the Members’ Assembly in Šumava National Park in Czech Republic, and will operate as an informal association of the EUROPARC Federation members from Central and Eastern European countries. This new section will work to enhance new bilateral and/or multilateral cooperation related to nature conservation, develop new partnerships and cooperation between Transboundary Conservation Areas, implement transboundary conservation projects and facilitate exchanges among the section members.

If there is any member of the EUROPARC Federation from the region is interested in joining the new section, please contact Jakub Kašpar, President of the EUROPARC Czech Republic at or Michael Hošek, Coordinator of the EUROPARC Czech Republic at