The project of this month reflects the problem of biodiversity loss on farmland in Europe and demonstrates how hunters contribute to nature conservation in the Netherlands.
Secretary General of FACE, Ludwig Willnegger, and Countryside Alliance’s Head of Political Department, James Legge, make the point at the European Parliament on what Brexit means for European hunters and outline the key issues they are keen to focus on in negotiations.
FACE Secretariat is looking for an Office Assistant to assist with the smooth running of the Federation.
FACE is looking for a Senior Legal & Public Affairs Manager to join its ambitious team in Brussels. We are looking for someone who has a proven track record in legal affairs and interest representation that can ensure the effective coordination and delivery of FACE’s legal and public affairs objectives.
THE NEW FACE STRATEGY AT THE 2017 MEMBERS’ MEETING IN BRUSSELS: MAKING FACE MORE POWERFUL AND EFFECTIVE
On Friday 7 April, the representatives of the European hunting world gathered in Brussels for the 2017 FACE Members’ Meeting, which was focused on a new strategy for the years ahead.
On Thursday 6 April, FACE, the Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the EU, in conjunction with CIC, the International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation, organised a workshop on “Preparing Hunters for African Swine Fever” in Brussels.
The project of the month: COMBINING NATURE PROTECTION AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES IN THE MINERVOIS REGION, FRANCE
The Languedoc-Roussillon region has two Natura 2000 sites: the “Causses du Minervois” Special Area of Conservation (SAC), which aims to preserve natural habitats and species; and the “Minervois” Special Protection Area (SPA), which aims to conserve important habitats for bird populations.