As part of its sustainable tourism approach (notably via Green Globe certification), Le PAL park actively participates in the conservation of local biodiversity.
Thus, since April 2020, the Miellerie du Pays Charolais (Chevagnes) has installed, in collaboration with the Le PAL Academy and the Le PAL Nature Foundation, 20 hives to produce honey and participate in the maintenance of populations of pollinating insects!
Miellerie du Pays Charolais products are on sale in the Comptoir de l'Ours boutique.
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After the success of the 1st edition and the participation of 700 people, the CRAPA'UT Festival is back on June 3, 2023 for an even more incredible 2nd edition!
Save The Rhino, a project supported by the Le PAL Nature Foundation, has raised more than £100,000 for the in-situ conservation of the rhinoceros, thanks to the support of 40 partner parks.
Discover the Vintage from the Le PAL Nature Foundation in collaboration with the Brasserie du Père Saint-Oy de Diou. A local white beer that contributes to conservation!