In February, the Krka Eco Campus was the centre of education on practices to combat the invasive Tree of Heaven

The Public Institute of Krka National Park hosted the pupils of six primary schools from Šibenik-Knin County who learned about the natural values of Krka National Park, and attended an educational workshop on the topic of combatting the spread of the invasive species Tree of Heaven.

Last chance to cast your vote for the mulberry tree of Krka National Park

We have entered into the final week of voting for the 2024 European Tree of the Year competition. Voting ends on 22 February. The winning tree will be proclaimed on 20 March at a ceremony at the European Parliament in Brussels. For all those who have voted or are about to, we thank you.

Initiative for the Green Lady: Emergency services 112 support the mulberry tree from Krka National Park

On 11 February, to mark European 112 Day as the unified number for all emergency services in European Union Member States, the operational forces of the civil protection system and the staff of Krka National Park gathered together for a photograph under the Green Lady at Skradinski buk, the mulberry tree that is a finalist in the European 2024 Tree of the Year competition.

Book lovers take note: the campaign A Book from the Heart is on again at the Public Institute of Krka NP

From 12 to 18 February 2024, bring in two books in good condition to the souvenir shop of the Public Institute of Krka National Park and receive a copy of Legenda o Krki [The Legend of the Krka]. Your books will be donated to others.

The Green Lady of Krka National Park is a finalist in the European competition. Every vote counts!

The mulberry tree of Krka National currently has 1683 votes and is in 11th place in the 2024 European Tree of the Year competition

Krka NP's very own mulberry tree has joined the European Tree of the Year 2024 competition. Give the tree your vote and let's win!

As Croatia’s Tree of the Year, this Green Lady from Krka National Park is one of the 15 finalist in the competition to choose Europe’s most loveliest and significant tree

The winter census of waterbirds in the Krka National Park in 2024

This year as well, the Krka National Park joined the winter waterbirds census, the oldest and largest monitoring of biodiversity in the world, organised by Wetlands International, an international organisation for the protection of wetlands. It has taken place since 1967, and Croatia has participated in it since 1982.

The Krka National Park is celebrating its 39th birthday

The Krka National Park was proclaimed on January 24, 1985






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