ADPTION OF THE 4 MANAGEMENT PLANS
The Region, through the LIFE Project, has undertaken to approve the management plans of all the 4 SCI involved in the Project within the given deadline.
On 20th April 2018, with deliberations 943 and 944 the Regional Council adopted the Management Plans of the sites "Magredi del Cellina" and "Confluenza dei fiumi Torre e Natisone". After collecting the relative observations, these very same Plans were approved on 24th April 2019 respectively with DPReg 66 del 09.04.2019 (Decree no. 66 of the President of the Region dated 9th April 2019) and DPReg 67 del 09.04.2019 (Decree no. 67 of the President of the Region dated 9th April 2019)
Publication: I supplemento ordinario N. 12 del 24 aprile 2019 al BUR no. 17 del 24 aprile 2019 (1st ordinary supplement no. 12 of 24th April 2019 of the Region?s Official Gazette n. 17 of 24th April 2019)
Publication: II supplemento ordinario N. 13 del 24 aprile 2019 al BUR n. 17 del 24 aprile 2019 (2nd ordinary supplement no. 13 of 24th April 2019 of the Regiona?s Official Gazette no. 17 of 24th April 2019)
The Management Plan of the Tagliamento Riverbed has been in force since 14th August 2019. The Conservation Measures were adopted by virtue of DGR no. 1306 (Deliberation of the Regional Government no. 1306) of 26th July 2019.
Adopted Management Plan
On 14th August 2019 the Measures for the Conservation of the "Valle del Medio Tagliamento" (Middle Valley of the Tagliamento river) SAC have come into force with DGR no. 1307 (Deliberation no. 1307) of 26th July 2019.
CONSERVATION MEASURES AND MANAGEMENT PLANS. WHAT ARE THEY?
The Biodiveristy Department has adopted some conservation measures foreseen by the "Habitat" Directive concerning all the SCIs or SACs of the region (with the exception of the recently established ones).
DOWNLOAD HERE THE CONSERVATION MEASURES OF THE SITES OF THE CONTINENTAL AREA
DOWNLOAD HERE THE CONSERVATION MEASURES OF THE SITES OF THE ALPINE AREA
TYPES OF MEASURES
to the regulatory measures (RE) the following types of Conservation Measures
- active interventions (AI):
these are the activities concerning the restoration and management of the
habitats. Among the instruments used to carry out these Measures there are the
EU Programmes of financial support, such as, the LIFE+ Programme that has made
it possible to co-finance this LIFE MAGREDI GRASSLANDS Project;
- incentive and Compensating Measures
(IN): these are Measures that make it possible on the one hand, to incentivize
a more sustainable use of the territory with voluntary restoration and
conservation initiatives of the habitats, on the other hand, to compensate for
any greater burdens generated by the constraints established by the Plan
- the monitoring and/or research programmes (MR): make it possible to monitor and thus improve, over time, the effectiveness of the conservation Measures adopted through the analysis of the conservation status of habitats and species before, during and after the adoption of the Plan itself;
- the diffusion and awareness-rising programs (PD): make it possible to give out information to the different categories that operate within the SCIs. On the whole, these programs lead to improving citizens understanding of: 1. the value of the site; 2. the strategic choices of the Plan; 3. the activities that are permitted and those that are regulated; 4. the compensations and incentives provided for the main categories involved.
THE MANAGEMENT PLAN OF THE MAGREDI OF THE CELLINA SAC IN PORDENONE
download the leaflet of the Support Measures for permanent grasslands
The main Conservation Measures of the dry grasslands (a habitat certified with code 62A0 in the Habitat Directive) have been defined in the Management Plans. In addition to regulatory measures, a series of active management measures have been identified. Thanks to the financial support of the LIFE Project, even before the Plans were adopted, some of these active intervention Measures for the conservation of habitats were actually accomplished through the implementation of extraordinary measures for the recovery and improvement of the most characteristic habitats like the dry grasslands.
Within the Management Plans an important role is played by the Incentives for the recovery, maintenance and proper management of permanent grasslands and of the so-called spotted clearings systems (dry grasslands with the presence of spots of scrubs/bushes here and there) that are among the richest ecosystems in terms of biodiversity.
The approval of the Management Plans of the magredi sites makes it possible to generate the right synergy between extraordinary restoration actions carried out within the LIFE Project and the ordinary management of the recovered areas foreseen by the application of the conservation measures of the Management Plans.