The LIFEGENMON and EVOLTREE summer school on ‘Scientific writing, reviewing and publishing and forest genetic monitoring knowledge transfer into practice’.
This year Summit was held on May 30th at the Slovenian Forestry Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Main topic discussed was: Climate changes and forest.
The purpose of the LIFEGENMON Layman’s Report is to provide a general and brief overview of the LIFEGENMON project and its outcomes.
The workshops aim to consolidate scientific messages for the preparation of the European integrated strategy for the conservation and use of crop, forest and animal genetic resources within
On Wednesday, 24 April 2019, a LIFEGENMON workshop was held in Dvor, Žužemberk on tending of the seeds stands.
Newly funded research network links scientists and practitioners across the EU and beyond, to highlight the importance of genetic and genomic tools in biodiversity conservation.
With the upcoming app »Seedhunter« for smartphones running on Android, the LIFEGEMON project sends young people into the forest to hunt for tree seeds.
Our project leader prof. dr. Hojka Kraigher had a presentation at the COP24 at Katowice, Poland.
Ohranjanje genetske pestrosti v slovenskih gozdovih: o pomenu, razvoju in izvedbi
Projektna partnerja Gozdarski inštitut Slovenije in Zavod za gozdove Slovenije okviru projekta LIFEGENMON
ASP will focus more on forest genetics and gets new name
On Monday, 6 August 2018, the the Bavarian Minister of Nutrition, Agriculture and Forestry, Michaela Kaniber, visited the Bavarian O