During the lasts years, environmental damages have been observed in the research area of our study. These phenomena require without doubt a proper administration of natural areas. Natural risks have accompanied the human being all his life, therefore the interest for preventing them have been active since the earliest times. By natural risks we mean those natural phenomena with harmful and considerable physical, economic and social consequences. Among them we mention geological risks (earthquakes etc) geomorphologic risks (slides, collapses, erosion) and climatic risks (flooding, long period droughts, frosts and fires) etc. On the other hand, environmental consequences have happened under the impact of social factors; they can be direct or indirect, short time or long time, reversible or irreversible ones. Beside the natural factors (climate, structure of land, inclined and high terrain, hydrographical network etc) we also underline interventions of human beings that have intensified the degradation of terrain in this area.