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STUDY VISIT IN TRENTINO ON FORESTRY MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES

An exchange of best practices between the national parks of Bjeshkët e Nemuna and Prokletije and Trentino

From the 14-20 May, in Trentino a study visit was organized to exchange the best practices of Forestry Management Techniques, not only to promote environment and biodiversity protection, but also to create relationships between people and nature in general.

The activities provided by the project “BorN – Borderless Nature”, biodiversity protection and development of the National Parks “Bjeshkët e Nemuna” and “Prokletije” (at the border between Kosovo and Montenegro), were realised thanks to visits and workshops held by the experts of Albatros srl in different National Parks of Trentino.

A delegation of 14 people from Kosovo and Montenegro, including representatives of the Environmental Protection Agency, of the National Parks “Bjeshkët e Nemuna” and “Prokletije”, of the local authorities and environmental no-profit organisations, took part at the study visit in Trentino.

During the stay in Trento, the delegation had the opportunity to meet the following institutions:

  • Forestry and Fauna Service of the Autonomous Province of Trento
  • Forestry Enterprise Trento – Sopramonte
  • Association Forestry Guard of Trento

In addition they visited several natural areas of Trentino, among which:

  • National Park of Stelvio
  • Forest District of Malè
  • Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme

BorN is an EU project managed by the European Union Office in Kosovo and implemented by Trentino con il Kossovo, the Kosovo Environmental Protection Agency and Plav Municipality in Montenegro, with the professional support of Associazione Trentino con i Balcani Onlus and Albatros Srl.

STUDY VISIT IN TRENTINO ON FORESTRY MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES

An exchange of best practices between the national parks of Bjeshkët e Nemuna and Prokletije and Trentino

From the 14-20 May, in Trentino a study visit was organized to exchange the best practices of Forestry Management Techniques, not only to promote environment and biodiversity protection, but also to create relationships between people and nature in general.

The activities provided by the project “BorN – Borderless Nature”, biodiversity protection and development of the National Parks “Bjeshkët e Nemuna” and “Prokletije” (at the border between Kosovo and Montenegro), were realised thanks to visits and workshops held by the experts of Albatros srl in different National Parks of Trentino.

A delegation of 14 people from Kosovo and Montenegro, including representatives of the Environmental Protection Agency, of the National Parks “Bjeshkët e Nemuna” and “Prokletije”, of the local authorities and environmental no-profit organisations, took part at the study visit in Trentino.

During the stay in Trento, the delegation had the opportunity to meet the following institutions:

  • Forestry and Fauna Service of the Autonomous Province of Trento
  • Forestry Enterprise Trento – Sopramonte
  • Association Forestry Guard of Trento

In addition they visited several natural areas of Trentino, among which:

  • National Park of Stelvio
  • Forest District of Malè
  • Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme

BorN is an EU project managed by the European Union Office in Kosovo and implemented by Trentino con il Kossovo, the Kosovo Environmental Protection Agency and Plav Municipality in Montenegro, with the professional support of Associazione Trentino con i Balcani Onlus and Albatros Srl.

THE COOPERATION BETWEEN TRENTINO AND KOSOVO GOES ON IN THE FIELD OF ENGINEERING

During the week from 3 to 10 May, a delegation of engineers from Kosovo made a study visit in Trentino – Alto Adige, thanks to the organisation and support of Associazione Trentino con I Balcani Onlus.

The visit started from a feasibility study, carried out by a group of engineers from Trentino, on a possible construction of a waste water management plant in Peje/Pec, and more generally in Val Rugova (Kosovo). The Kosovan engineers, therefore, had the opportunity to study closely the implants in Trentino in order to reuse the gained knowledge also in their country.

The Province’s Agency for Purification (ADEP), thanks to the Director of the Plant Management System Giovanni Gatti and his staff, led the delegation to visit the different regional plants: North Trento and Rovereto for waste treatment; Passo Rolle, San Martino di Castrozza and Borgo Valsugana for waste water purification.

Ting group, an integrated engineering company of Trento, with Angelo Cantatore and his colleagues, guided them in the study of waste water management plants (working and under construction) in Vicenza and Salorno.

Lastly, the group of engineers had the possibility to visit the Engineering Faculty of the University of Trento and to meet prof. Andreattola, who explained them the research activities of his team.

As a conclusion of the study visit, during the final meeting with the President of ADEP, the engineer Alessio Zanghellini, was stated by both sides the desire to continue the collaboration and to explore all those cooperation paths that could bring to a synergy between Trentino companies and Kosovan system.