Duitsland | Natuur
Samen met 15 andere vrijwilligers ga je voor 15 dagen naar een natuurproject.
Het project duurt van 18 augustus t/m 2 september.
About 200 years ago and due to higher energy demand, people started using turf as a source of energy. Almost 99% of Germany's original moor lands were destroyed through draining and mining. Within the last 8 years, the biggest moor land renaturalisation project in Europe has been realized in the area of Raubling. Drainage channels in the former turf mining areas have been closed and turf walls have been built to keep rainwater in the moor. The rewatered areas have been thriving with plant growth and biodiversity. They also contribute to flood control and climate protection (reduction of greenhouse gases). This workshop gives you an opportunity to make the natural moor lands accessible in a way that makes sense ecologically. You will build hiking trails, weed out bushes, install privacy shields, and work in planting and dam work projects. And all of this with a fantastic view of the mountains. The will be financially supported by the Umwelt-, Kultur- und Sozialstiftung (foundation for nature, culture and social work) of the county of Rosenheim.
You will sleep on gym mats in the sports hall of Raubling. You will cook together.
You can experience the beautiful Bavarian landscape, go swimming and hiking or make trips to Neuschwanstein, Munich and Salzburg.
Climate Protection in the Bavarian Moor – Raubling
16 (8 mannen en 8 vrouwen)
18 t/m 26 jaar