Palombar - Nature and Rural Heritage Conservation is a non-governmental, non-profit environment organization, created in 2000, whose mission is to conserve biodiversity, wilderness, forest and agricultural ecosystems and also preserve constructed rural heritage, as well as traditional building techniques.
The organization, which is guided by a pedagogical and cooperative approach, also promotes scientific research in the areas of Ecology, Conservation Biology and Ecosystem Management, environmental education, community development and the promotion of the rural world. Palombar's area of intervention is mainly the region of Trás-os-Montes, however, the organization has been expanding its activity to other regions.
14 May, 2022
World Migratory Bird Day: we must mitigate light pollution and protect migratory birds
13 May, 2022
Open Day 24 years PNDI: Palombar presents projects and actions that combine nature conservation with the promotion of knowledge and local development
10 May, 2022
About 35 farmers took part in awareness raising sessions on the Montagu's harrier on Mirandese plateau