Nature protection in the Harz Mountains

Nature protection in the Harz Mountains

In het kort:

Soort werk
6 t/m 27 augustus
Sustainable Development Goals
13. Klimaatactie
Aantal deelnemers
12 (6 mannen en 6 vrouwen)

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The forest areas in the Upper Harz region are not only nature reserves, they are also recreational spaces. As large, connected planes of trees and forests, they are very important for protecting the climate. In this camp, you will be helping with nature and environmental protection tasks and thereby contributing to the conservation of habitats for (rare) plants and animals and restoring the balance of nature. Your group’s tasks will include taking care of young deciduous trees, constructing ‘natural’ water ecosystems, repairing park benches, huts and hiking signs, and building hunting facilities. You will work in alternating small groups which will allow you to get an insight into the ecological, economic and social duties of forestry.

Accommodatie en maaltijden

Wanderheim Wildemann, youth hostel with shared rooms, kitchen, outdoor nature trail and campfire area. You cook together. Money for the food shopping is provided to you. Vegetarian or vegan meals are possible. Please indicate any allergies when registering.

Locatie en vrije tijd

The Harz region - with its mountains, stalactite caves, mining museums and forests - is a popular holiday destination and recreational area. During the camp, the foresters working with your group will organize a hiking trip to the legendary 'Brocken' (the tallest mountain in the region) for you. Wildemann itself is a small mountain community of around 1,000 residents, surrounded by various hiking trails. Wildemann has an outdoor swimming pool, a glow-golf facility and a mini-gold course. The 19-Lachter-Stollen, a discontinued mine, is also worth a visit. For more information:;,


Covid Rules (may change depending on the course of the pandemic): 3G+: Participation possible for vaccinated, or recovered or fresh tested persons. ALL participants must arrive with an official negative rapid test (not older than 24 hours) or PCR test (not older than 48 hours). On arrival we will ask again to do a self-rapid test. Thereafter, the entire group must perform a rapid self-test at least every 72 hours. We will provide self-rapid tests for the arrival and the whole camp period! Subject to changes! You will receive more detailed information after confirming your registration and at least 3 weeks before the start of the camp with the specific info sheet for your camp.


You will be working 7.5 hours per day, for four days a week. Fridays will be free. You should be physically fit enough for the sometimes physically demanding work Please note: There is a special Teenage Fee of 150€ for international volunteers who applied under 18 in this camp.


Nature protection in the Harz Mountains


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Soort werk





Aantal vrijwilligers

12 (6 mannen en 6 vrouwen)


16 t/m 26 jaar


Sustainable Development Goal

Het inschrijfgeld voor dit project bedraagt € 295, exclusief € 50 studentenkorting.

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