In June, works on clearing the ecological corridor of the Łupawa river began. From the concrete bridge, right next to the headquarters of the Słowiński National Park, one can observe the fish pass. In this way, two sections of the Łupawa River will be connected within the the Natura 2000 - Ostoja Słowińska area, allowing aquatic organisms to migrate. The construction of the fish pass will allow migration of many species of fish, including spawning migrations of sea trout and salmon.

On October 17, 2019, a seminar entitled "Protection of peat bog ecosystems of the Słowiński National Park" was held in the building of the former Natural Museum of SNP in Smołdzino. At the meeting, there was a lively discussion between participants, which was initiated by absorbing presentations on the state of peat bog vegetation, and hydrological conditions for the protection of the areas in question. The productive debate moved to the next part of the meeting, namely the field session, where participants could see with their own eyes how much work has already been put into protecting these ecosystems, and what else is planned to be done under the LIFE PEAT RESTORE project.