'Biolological invasion' of the alien species in currently considered to be one of the most complex problems in nature conservation. Each year the number of invasive alien species in every part of the world is growing.
The Kraków-Częstochowa Upland has been considered an area of outstanding natural values for years. The specificity and diversity of the ecosystems in this area as well as the culture and tradition of the local community have been shaping the long standing identity of the region. The xerothermic and rock grasslands are unique and inherent features of the Upland.
On 3-4 December 2015 in Smoleń the Second Convention of LIFE NATURE Projects took place which the Silesian Voivodeship Landscape Parks Complex had the pleasure to organize. The participants of the convention included representatives of many LIFE NATURE Projects realized all over Poland, and the Project Monitor, Mr. Stanisław Tworek.