Packed everything? Then send the backpack to yourself or your companion and set off.
Our forest is facing enormous challenges: The climate crisis, which is accompanied by an increase in extreme weather such as heat, drought and storms, poses a great threat to the forest. In order to make the forest climate-resilient and future-proof, it is necessary to preserve and promote its biological diversity and thus increase the adaptability of the forest ecosystem to changing environmental conditions and extreme weather. Biodiversity gives the forest stability and increases its resilience.
Foresters and forest owners contribute to promoting biodiversity through sustainable and diverse forms of forest management and thus preserving the forest for future generations. The federal and state governments are using a wide range of measures to support further advances in the protection of forests. But securing the future of the forest can only be managed by society as a whole.
The Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) is inviting together with the German Forestry Council (DFWR), the German Nature Conservation Association and numerous other associations and organizations to the German Forest Days. These will take place for the fourth time in 2022. They are an initiative of the BMEL and this year's motto is "Experience biological diversity!".
On the trail of nature - you can be there, not only at the events in the Naturpark High mark:
Ranger tour over hill and dale in the Hohe Mark
Discover the wilderness of the Hohe Mark with the rangers on September 17.09.2022th, 10 at 00:XNUMX a.m. in Dorsten/Lembeck.
Bee meets wild boar
Together we go on a walk with the forester through forest and meadows on September 17.09.2022th, 10 at 00:XNUMX a.m. in Haltern am See.
By bike through the Üfter Mark
During a joint bike tour, forester Christoph Beemelmans will show you the special features of the Üfter Mark on September 17.09.2022th, 14 at 00:XNUMX p.m. in Dorsten/Deuten.
Bee meets wild boar
On a walk with two foresters through the forest and meadows, you can learn a lot about the local wildlife on September 17.09.2022th, 15 at 00:XNUMX p.m. in Dorsten/Lembeck.
Experience biological diversity – through the forest with birds of prey and owls
When exploring the forest with a bird of prey and an owl, the walk becomes an exciting adventure on September 18.09.2022th, 11 at 00:XNUMX a.m. in Schermbeck.
Species protection in the forest - who benefits from climate change?
Experts have been observing for a long time that the composition of the flora and fauna changes with the climate changes on 18.09.2022/15/00 at XNUMX:XNUMX in Haltern am See.