Harta Journal

Quarterly about environment and nature

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1. Publication – Spring 2020: Hartecký žurnál DUBEN 2020

2. Publication – Summer 2020: Hartecký žurnál červenec 2020

3. Publication – Autumn 2020: Hartecký žurnál PODZIM 2020

Development of the teaching areas

We are reconstructing and enlarging the indoor classroom at the Harta Trail


Since the educational environmental programs at the moment take place only in the garden, we are very limited by the weather conditions. Thanks to the expansion of the teaching space to the headquarters of the institute and the reconstruction of these very old spaces, a large classroom with a size of approximately 100 m2 is being created. 

The classroom will be used both for educational programs for schools and for other upcoming projects – accreditation programs, trainings and workshops, which will be intended for the general public. Thanks to the new premises, we will not be limited by the weather and those interested will be able to use the offer of programs all year round. Right now, we are adding a photo from the beginning of the work. 

The project is made possible because of the significant support of the Pardubice Region, to which we would like to thank once again.

Europe of the Ages

Project for the preservation and restoration of the original fauna and flora in Europe 2020 – 2030


Europe of Ages is a project created by the team of the Society for the Conservation and Restoration of Biodiversity and is a subsidiary project of the Harta Trail undertaking, which has been operating for 12 years and has been partially supported several times by public and especially regional funds. The main purpose of the Europe of the Ages project is to approach the historical development of Europe in the field of landscape, ecology, biodiversity and other aspects of human settlement in this area.

The ambition of the project is to draw the attention of its visitors and the general public to current trends and problems in the field of climate development, landscape water regime, ecology and biodiversity in relation to the historical context. At the same time, of course, identify possible solutions to problems and provide a possible outlook for the future.

The implementation of the project will take place in the form of an educational European trail flowing through well-known historical periods with an emphasis on individual points of interest (landscape, ecology, biodiversity, etc.) to the present.

The European Trail will include samples of habitats of various species of plants and animals from aquatic micro-habitats to a large megafauna, which will be the most visible feature of the European Trail (bovid, European bison, wild horse…).