The Czech Ministry of Agriculture is planning to promote non-state forest owners with up to 2.5 billion crowns, or just over 97 million euros, to mitigate the effects of bark beetle calamity. The new funding program was approved on 30th July. According to it, up to 1.5 billion kroner should be paid out in 2019, and again in 2020 up to 1 billion kroner. The funding program still has to be registered at the EU Commission. The funds are intended to enable forest owners, despite ...
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