“Fléizen“ is an agricultural method of meadow irrigation used to increase productivity on hay meadows.
The biodiversity of insects is rapidly decreasing worldwide. In order to counteract this decline of insects, the three nature parks are jointly launching a project on insect protection.
In practical pocket format, the compendia are ideal companions for young and old on excursions into nature.
It is important to bring a piece of nature back to our villages.
Valorization of wetlands through cultural and touristic events.
The inventory of invasive species has been documented for several years already.
A high degree of biodiversity is important for the course of action of ecological processes in nature.
The main focus is on the mapping of habitats, nature protection sites as well as the inventory of endangered plant and animal species.
we all can do something to protect nature. Why not plant hedges or broadleaf and fruit trees?
The aim is to achieve watercourse-compatible agricultural use of land involving no economic disadvantages.
The Öewersauer Nature Park is involved in a whole range of species conservation projects.
Whereas at the beginning of the project a programme of measures on various topics was drawn up and over 85% of it implemented, the work currently consists of measures to be taken further.