We are committed to protecting and respecting your personal data. This privacy statement explains our policy regarding your personal data, both online and offline. By visiting natura2000branding.eu or using our social media pages (such as Facebook), you are accepting the practices described below. This privacy statement can always be adapted to recent developments. So, check this website regularly to stay informed of any changes.

Questions and comments about this privacy statement and the way Eurosite handles personal data, should be sent to: info@eurosite.org.

How do we collect information from you?

We may collect information about you when you interact with us and knowingly provide us with personal information.

Who has access to your information?

We do not sell your information to third parties, nor do we share it with them for marketing purposes. We may be required to release your information by law, for example by a court order or for the purposes of preventing fraud or other crime.

How do we protect your personal information?

When you give us personal information, we take appropriate steps to ensure that it is kept secure, accurate and up-to-date.

Although we use appropriate security measures once we have received your personal information, the transmission of information over the internet is never completely secure. We do our best to protect personal information, but we cannot guarantee the security of information transmitted to our website or over email, so any transmission is at the user’s own risk.

How to update my information or change my marketing preferences?

If you want to update the information we hold for you or think any information we have about you is incorrect or incomplete, please get in touch.

You can do this by emailing info@eurosite.org or phoning +31 (0)13 5944 400. You can also write to us at Eurosite, Postbus 90154, 5000 LG Tilburg, the Netherlands.


Eurosite, 17 May 2018



Natura 2000 is the largest network of protected areas in the world. People living in and around Natura 2000 areas utilise these for a variety of economic activities. Designation of Natura 2000 areas often creates additional restrictions though, sometimes leading people to perceive Natura 2000 as a burden. One solution to this problem is to make products coming from Natura 2000 areas better known and more appealing to the public and increase awareness of the benefits these products provide for nature and for people working in Natura 2000 areas.

This website is part of a Natura 2000 branding campaign, stressing the benefits Natura 2000 can provide to local economies. It showcases products produced in Natura 2000 areas accompanied by inspiring background stories about the collaborations and socio-economic benefits related to those products. By sharing these successful and positive stories the campaign aims to trigger new partnerships between site managers, farmers and local businesses, and improve perceptions of and increase support for the Natura 2000 network.

Natura 2000 branding benefits people, nature and local economy