BioScape - improving Biodiversity in the landScape is an EU LIFE Biodiversity project running from October 2021 to October 2026. 

The total budget of the project is EUR 4.9 mio. of which EUR 2.7 mio is financed by the EU LIFE programme

The Objectives of BioScape


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To increase nature connectivity in Denmark through a holistic approach to landscape management.

To restore and maintain unique ecosystems that promote biodiversity as a result of multifunctional land consolidation.


To communicate and disseminate knowledge about vulnerable ecosystems and their services by training agricultural students in sustainable nature management.



The activties in the project will include

  • nature restauration of three project areas, which will improve nature and increase the connectivity between natural areas
  • involvement of stakeholders and farmers through new ways to facilitate dialogue and voluntary participation, in order to achieve the most optimal land use
  • developing knowledge and learning with and from each other: in the project, in Denmark and across the EU.


The project partners:

  1. Horsens Municipality
  2. Lemvig Municipality
  3. Hedensted Municipality
  4. Aarhus University
  5. Samn Forsyning
  6. The Danish society for Nature Conservation
  7. SEGES
  8. European Landowners' Organisation (ELO)


The supporting actors of the project:

  1. Dansk Ornitologisk Forening 
  2. Asmildkloster Landbrugsskole
  3. Østjysk Landboforening
  4. VELAS
  5. CDEU