Eleven partners from the Interreg North Sea Region (NSR) PARTRIDGE project, led by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, met in Germany between June 27 and 29 for their third meeting.
The three-day event in Göttingen, Lower Saxony started with the group touring one of the two demonstration sites where the high quality habitat tailored to grey partridges is being implemented to demonstrate how the decline of farmland wildlife can be reversed across ten demonstration sites; two each in Scotland, England, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
Afterwards, the partnership presented its project to a wide European audience at the NSR annual Interreg Conference in Göttingen.
The NSR Secretariat was most impressed by the project’s progress after just six months since it was approved and PARTRIDGE Steering Committee member Clunie Keenleyside, from the Institute of European Environmental Policy (IEEP), congratulated the partners on their promising project.
For more information, visit the PARTRIDGE project website.