About 80% of Trojanovice has been part of the Beskydy Protected Landscape Area since 1973. There are 2 small protected areas and about a third of the village is part of the Beskydy bird area. The area of Trojanovice is covered by supra-regional and regional biocorridors and supra-regional and regional biocentres.
Radhošt’ National Nature Reserve
The Radhošt’ National Nature Reserve is one of the most valuable parts of the Beskydy nature. It is situated on the northern slope of the monumental Radhošt’ mountain at an altitude of 660 to 1129 metres above sea level. On an area of 145 ha there is a large complex of vegetation characteristic of the upper parts of the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains. The forests here are exposed to adverse climatic influences. There are spruce forests which are formed by the harsh climate (forming so-called flag forms), followed by beech forests which are more than 180 and 110 years old respectively. In the undergrowth there are e.g. Galium odoratum, Anemone nemoralis, Maianthemum bifolium. In wetter places grow snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis), hollow smoke tree (Corydalis cava), silver-leaved wetland (Chrysosplenium alternifolium), Moravian stiff-leaved ominum (Aconitum firmum), glandular hipwort (Dentaria glandulosa).
Noříčí Nature Reserve
The Noříčí Nature Reserve consists of forest cover on rocky slopes with a wealth of forest types with a natural tree composition of around 150 years old. It extends from 680 to 1047 m above sea level over an area of 38 ha. The forest communities here are beech forests with an admixture of fir, spruce or maple with rich flora.