Reduction of Invasive and Expansive Plant Species in the Krkonoše Mountains National Park, Czech Republic

Organiser - Krkonoše Mountains National Park, Czech Republic

Project summary

The Krkonoše Mountains National Park is the oldest national park in the Czech Republic. Today, the park is focused on preserving their forest and species-rich meadows. Unfortunately, invasive species are threatening the health of the certain areas of the park. This project’s goal is to remove these invasive species to improve the health of the national park’s meadows and forests. The Administration of the Krkonoše Mountains National Park (KRNAP) organizes professional management interventions focused on all these invasive species. KRNAP aims to use their extensive experience with eradication of invasive or expanding species to eliminate their impact on selected meadow sites.