Networking – Affiliated Projects and partners
We have now started a new projekt together with Lund University and researcher Björn Klatt. It is a program for increased mobility between academy and practice, financed by Formas. Björn will be part-time stationed at our office and we will work togethet in LIFE-Goodstream wetlands in the 2-year project ”Wetland 2.0 – upgrading freshwater habitats for bees”. With Björn in the team we also get valuable knowledge and expertise on measures to increase the biodiversity of pollinators in LIFE-Goodstream and other projects we run. This collaboration starts in December 2019 and runs untill December 2021.
LIFE-Goodstream experiences and constructed measures are an important resource in our new LEVA-project, where we work with landowners in small drainage areas in Southern Halland and Northwest Skåne to decrease eutrophication. Our LEVA-project (LEVA-Kattegatts kustnära vatten) is financed by the SwAM and runs between 2019 – 2021. This is a very good project to network with and gives reciprocal advantages to both projects and many win-win situations.
We are involved in a FORMAS Project together with Professor Peter Hambäck et al. at Stockholm University, where we will use the LIFE-Goodstream wetlands to investigate how management affect biodiversity.
PhD-student David Åhlen and professor Peter Hambäck at a LIFE-Goodstream site.
Good water status and River Basin Management Plan (RBMP) of the Northern Baltic Sea River Basin Distric. LIFE-Goodtsream is part of the Reference Group of Rich Waters.
LIFE-Goodstream Project leader John Strand attended the Rich Waters workshop in Stockholm in 2018.
An Interreg Central Baltic programme project for cleaner sea. Per Lindmark from Nutrinflow is a memeber of the LIFE-Goodstream national Reference Group.
Peter Feuerbach presented LIFE-Goodstream and our experiences, at a Nutrinflow workshop in 2017.
A LIFE-project for recreating habitat complexity for semi-aquatic fauna. The Project leader Kristian Nilsson is a member of LIFE-Goodstream national Reference Group.
John Strand participated in a SemiAquatic-LIFE workshop on amfibian monitoring at Ravlunda in 2017.
A research project about optimisation of the ecosystem services of buffer zones. Project leader Brian Kronvang at Århus University is a member of the LIFE-Goodstream International Reference Group.
A LIFE-project which aim to strengthen the conservation status of the endangered thick shelled river mussel (Unio crassus) and improve the ecological riverine status within its distribution range
(this project is finished)
John Strand presented LIFE-Goodstream at the end Conference in Lund in September 2016.
The main objective is to improve the biodiversity performance of standards and labels within the food industry, by supporting standard organizations to include efficient biodiversity criteria into their schemes; and motivating food processing companies and retailers to include biodiversity criteria into their sourcing guidelines.