Time frame: November 2018- August 2019

Funding: Euronatur Foundation, Germany

Coordinating beneficiaryEuronatur Foundation, Germany

Associated beneficiariesMunicipality Gevgelja, Municipality Bogdanci, local communities Stojakovo and Bogordica, Water management unit Gevgelija

Project goal: This projects efforts will be dedicated towards identifying the type and amount of water that feed into the ditches and canals (and ultimately in the wet meadows Gjol and Gjeren), identification of the type and source of pollutants coming in the ditches and canals and list all the recorded and unrecorded maintenance activities conducted by locals and local authorities. The overarching goal of this phase is providing an educated and fact-supported wet meadow maintenance and restoration plan.

 

Contact person: Danka Uzunova, uzunova@mes.org.mk

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