The unique features of the Biała River Valley
as a social and economic asset of the region





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The project is implemented within the framework of the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area
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Partners:
Polish Ecological Club
The Cultural and Promotional Centre of the Municipality of Ciężkowice
Museum of Natural History in Ciężkowice


Information about the project:
The Polish Ecological Club and its Gliwice Branch together with the Cultural and Promotional Centre of the Municipality of Ciężkowice started a project entitled "The unique features of the Biała River Valley as a social and economic asset of the region".
The project is implemented within the framework of the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2009-2014

The objective of the project is to raise awareness regarding the multiple values and unique character of Natura 2000 sites, including the Rzeka Biała Valley, and to instill a sense of joint responsibility for the preservation of natural, social and economic heritage for future generations of local inhabitants.

The activities planned in the project are addressed quite universally - to the locals as well as tourists visiting the region, local authority officials, primary school students and teachers from three voivodeships - Małopolskie, Podkarpackie and ¦l±skie - visiting the Museum of Natural History in Ciężkowice and the nature reserve “Skamieniałe Miasto” (Petrified City).

News:
Promotional campaign: Tales with a River view 12.08.2015
The Witch and the Knight - two characters related to the legends of the Petrified City welcome tourists near the entrance to the Ciężkowice nature reserve.


"Spring in the Biała River Valley” photography contest results
"Spring in the Biała River Valley" photography contest has come to an end. All submissions were astounding, so the final selection of finalists was not an easy task.

A photo of the Biała River by Marek Zwolenik
was used on this page


Unikalne walory Doliny Rzeki Białej