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Trip Around the World

The trail "Trip Around the World" may be traditional in terms of its layout, but not of its concept. The total of 17 panels along the pond "Svět" (in English: “World”) in Třeboň will captivate your attention, and even more so that of your children.

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Invitation to Borecká ponds

09.09.2020 Let us invite you to the ceremonial opening of a new educational site Borecká ponds in the Tachov region. The event will take place on Tuesday 15 September at 10 am near the village of Borek. See the attached invitation for more information. We are looking forward to meeting you there.

Closer to Nature Rounds out its Centenary with a Trail Through the Bohemian Karst's Heart

24.07.2020 18 stations with 3 panels along a 9-km route "Through the Bohemian Karst's Heart" – this is a new educational trail seeking to acquaint visitors with the natural treasures and history of the Karlštejn National Nature Reserve in the Beroun district. The trail also marks a centenary: 100 sites have now been completed within the Closer to Nature programme, a long-standing joint initiative of the Czech Union for Nature Conservation and NET4GAS.


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NET4GAS pursues a responsible policy aimed at protecting nature and the environment with respect to current and future generations. This principle not only underlies the company’s responsible entrepreneurship in gas transmission but is also the basis for its long-term strategy of corporate philanthropy and sponsorship, which has been implemented under the programme NET4GAS Closer to Nature since 2007. NET4GAS has been systematically providing long-term support to projects where a major aspect of sustainable development is expressed by precisely that motto – “Closer to Nature” – and is one of the largest corporate donors in the field of nature conservation in the Czech Republic.

 
 
2015 award for a large company
for long-term support of the
Czech Union for Nature Conservation

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Green Broom Moss
This moss grows primarily on the bark of deciduous trees in areas with higher atmospheric humidity (preferably on beeches, but also on lime trees, ashes, and oaks). To a lesser degree, this moss can be found on deadwood or rocks. It is an endangered species across Europe.

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