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By sharing our knowledge as broad as possible, the ecosystem resilience approach can strengthen the resilience of many ecosystems

Presentation ALPTREES 2022: What makes an invasive tree invasive?

What makes an invasive tree invasive and how to deal with that invasiveness. Bart Nyssen gave a presentation during the ALPTREES Conference 2022 in Trento (Italy) about invasive tree species and how to deal with them. 'What makes an invasive tree invasive and how to deal [...]

7 June 2022|

English presentation Black Cherry ALPTREES conferentie

Bart Nyssen speaks on behalf of LIFE Resilias about the Black Cherry at ALPTREES conference Bart Nyssen attended the online conference of the European Interreg project ALPTREES in February this year in the context of LIFE Resilias, to talk about Black Cherry (Prunus serotina) and the 'decision [...]

28 May 2021|

Article black cherry in magazine Forêt.Nature

French article LIFE Resilias about black cherry in magazine Forêt.Nature Invasive alien species are also a problem in many neighbouring countries. That is why LIFE Resilias also looks and communicates beyond the Dutch borders, including in Belgium. For example, a French-language article on black cherry (Prunus serotina) recently [...]

17 May 2021|

Brochure LIFE Resilias published in English, German and French

The LIFE Resilias brochures in English, German and French are ready! An important goal within LIFE Resilias is that the ecosystem approach finds its way to as many managers, owners, policy makers and other stakeholders as possible. Both during and after the project, and not only in the Netherlands [...]

21 April 2021|

LIFE Resilias introduced on Nature Today

Nature Today introduces LIFE Resilias! In March we introduced LIFE Resilias with a beautiful publication on the platform Nature Today! In the article project team members Bart Nyssen and Janneke van de Loop talk about the project. Nature Today Nature Today informs a very [...]

17 March 2021|

First pikes released to tackle pumkinseed sunfish

Today, the first pikes entered the water to compete with the pumpkinseed sunfish. At LIFE Resilias, the strategy to break down the dominance of pumpkinseed is done by using a natural enemy to help control this invasive fish population. This is the indigenous pike, Esox [...]

6 January 2021|

By sharing our knowledge as broad as possible, the ecosystem resilience approach can strengthen the resilience of many ecosystems

Presentation ALPTREES 2022: What makes an invasive tree invasive?

What makes an invasive tree invasive and how to deal with that invasiveness. Bart Nyssen gave a presentation during the ALPTREES Conference 2022 in Trento (Italy) about invasive tree species and how to deal with them. 'What makes an invasive tree invasive and how to deal [...]

7 June 2022|

English presentation Black Cherry ALPTREES conferentie

Bart Nyssen speaks on behalf of LIFE Resilias about the Black Cherry at ALPTREES conference Bart Nyssen attended the online conference of the European Interreg project ALPTREES in February this year in the context of LIFE Resilias, to talk about Black Cherry (Prunus serotina) and the 'decision [...]

28 May 2021|

Article black cherry in magazine Forêt.Nature

French article LIFE Resilias about black cherry in magazine Forêt.Nature Invasive alien species are also a problem in many neighbouring countries. That is why LIFE Resilias also looks and communicates beyond the Dutch borders, including in Belgium. For example, a French-language article on black cherry (Prunus serotina) recently [...]

17 May 2021|

Brochure LIFE Resilias published in English, German and French

The LIFE Resilias brochures in English, German and French are ready! An important goal within LIFE Resilias is that the ecosystem approach finds its way to as many managers, owners, policy makers and other stakeholders as possible. Both during and after the project, and not only in the Netherlands [...]

21 April 2021|

LIFE Resilias introduced on Nature Today

Nature Today introduces LIFE Resilias! In March we introduced LIFE Resilias with a beautiful publication on the platform Nature Today! In the article project team members Bart Nyssen and Janneke van de Loop talk about the project. Nature Today Nature Today informs a very [...]

17 March 2021|

First pikes released to tackle pumkinseed sunfish

Today, the first pikes entered the water to compete with the pumpkinseed sunfish. At LIFE Resilias, the strategy to break down the dominance of pumpkinseed is done by using a natural enemy to help control this invasive fish population. This is the indigenous pike, Esox [...]

6 January 2021|

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