Project partners


The Karkonosze Mountains are unique mountains in the heart of Europe. They are called the Giant Mountains, although they are not that big. They are a natural treasure that Karkonosze National Park protects and makes accessible.

Klub Przyrodników is a non-governmental organization operating in Poland in the field of nature protection for almost 40 years. It employs from 15 to 25 employees with specialized education in botany, zoology, forestry, and geology. It also has two Field Stations operating as education centers implementing our statutory activities.

The Institute, established in 1953, is a scientific body of the Polish Academy of Sciences, conducting research on biodiversity, geobotany, archaeobotany, plant ecology, evolutionary systematics and biogeography. One of the main research themes is using modern genetic and genomic techniques for phylogeography, phylogeny and evolution, as well as conservation genetics.


The European Wilderness Society is the only Pan-European, Wilderness and environmental advocacy non-profit, non-government organization. It has a dedicated multi-cultural and experienced team whose mission is to identify, designate, steward and promote Europe’s last Wilderness, WILDCoasts, WILDForests, WILDIslands and WILDRivers. Here non-human intervention leads to open-ended, dynamic processes.


Education and Information Center White Carpathians is a non-governmental organization. For 25 years our main objectives has been environmental education and public awareness, education and information of youth, ensuring cooperation of all nature conservation entities in the region of Southeast Moravia, cooperation with foreign entities related to nature conservation, preparation, production and sale of information and methodological materials.

The Czech Union for Nature Conservation Hradec Králové is a member of the International Conservation Group JARO, which consists of 11 conservation organizations that cooperate very closely in the Czech Republic, as well as in Austria, Slovakia, Poland and Germany. We have been working for over 30 years and are dedicated to nature conservation from individuals (in the Rescue Station for injured wild animals), to individual populations, habitats and biomes (e.g., tropical forests). We are actively caring for more than 350 different habitats in an area of over 15 thousand km2.

#followapollo and the efforts of our team! Combined skills in breeding, conservation of habitats, research, environmental education, and project management constitute a great combination for the success of our LIFE project.

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