Traditional and Wild
On 1st of May with participation of 4 Central European countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia), the project „Promoting traditional collection and use of wild plants to reduce social and economic disparities in Central Europe” project has been started.
The main aim of the project is to collect and preserve the information about the use, harvest and ethnobotany of wild growing plants as part of the cultural heritage of the regions.
The specific objective is to implement a pilot model by year 2012 that is socially and culturally acceptable, economically-sound and environmentally viable for the collection of wild plants, their processing and use.
The project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund.
Please visit the project website where you can learn about the project results and participate in a fun quiz!