World Fish Migration Day and European Natura 2000 day
GRAIA will celebrate again the World Fish Migration Day (WFMD), a one day global-local event to create awareness on the importance of open rivers for migratory fish. This celebration will be aided by the important recurrence of the “European Natura 2000 day” which we are particularly linked, considering the number of projects we have been protagonists during the years.
Launched the Erasmus+ Project “WoW”
Graia during the three year period 2017 -2020 will be partner and leader of an important european project Written on Water 2017 “WoW”.
World Fish Migration Day
The World Fish Migration Day (WFMD) is a one day global-local event to create awareness on the importance of open rivers and migratory fish. The event is celebrated for the second time and GRAIA with the Parco Lombardo della Valle del Ticino, both involved in the Life Project “Con.Flu.Po”, will personally participate together with over 1000 organizations around the globe at the same time.
First images of the Videomonitoring in the fish passages
The personnel of GRAIA is currently engaged in multiple tasks with the Life Project “Con.Flu.Po” (Life11nat/it/188) and this video shows some frames collected in the sphere of the Action D.1 of the Project.
The return of the long way migrants
Life Project “Con.Flu.Po”: the construction of the biggest fish passage in Italy.
Fish Passage Conference 2015
The managing director of GRAIA, dr. Cesare Mario Puzzi, took part to the fifth edition of “Fish Passage 2015 – International conference on river connectivity best practices and innovations” which took place from June 22nd to June 24th, 2015 in Groningen, the Netherlands.