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  • Goor - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    approach this forest will find themselves fascinated over and over again In the Goor they can experience a forest that is becoming more awe inspiring diverse and primeval with every passing year The desire to create environmental education opportunities for visitors was addressed by a thesis entitled The Conflict between Culture and Wilderness a Concept for a Thematic Trail in the Forest Reserve NSG Goor in the Biosphere Reserve Southeast Rügen which also offered initial suggestions for implementation This thesis became the basis for the project The Path of Leisure and Awareness a Thematic Trail in the NSG Goor The project goals can be subdivided into the construction of the thematic trail the development of an accompanying brochure and the creation of information boards as well as entrance and warning signs In addition we developed an informational flier about the trail and a concept for guided tours through the reserve Besides our main goals environmental education and public outreach we try to foster ecological awareness and create a higher sensibility for the topic of sustainability The opening ceremony and dedication of the path took place on May 18 2008 The nature conservation area Goor is situated in a model region for sustainable development The contents of the thematic trail touch upon central questions of sustainability which are closely linked with this forest and are meant to stimulate the visitors experience thinking and actions The name Path of Leisure and Awareness hints at two major prerequisites for the implementation of sustainable development On the one hand there is awareness which can be achieved through information and reflection On the other hand we also require leisure time and opportunity to gain awareness and to implement and integrate it into our daily life Within a relatively small area the reserve Goor offers deep

    Original URL path: http://succow-stiftung.de/nature-conservation-area-nsg-goor.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Bollwinfließ - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    designated as a Nature Conservation Area and in 2004 it was transferred from federal property to the Michael Succow Foundation This tiny paradise is located ca 40 kilometres north of Berlin in Germany s eastern part where natural landscapes still abound Since the melting of the Ice Age glaciers 12 000 years ago the area has developed into a diverse landscape with groundwater fed mires meandering stream valleys and serene lakes These elements characterise the meltwater channel that transects the extensive pine forests of this Sandar landscape The romantic stream valley with its fens was too wet to allow forest growth It therefore developed into an open landscape In the 18 th century attempts were made as in many parts of Germany to drain the fen and turn it into pastureland However already by the mid 1930s the agricultural use of these spring fen meadows had been widely abandoned For the past 30 years the landscape has been shaped by beaver activity The beavers dammed the stream and the old irrigation ditches which led to a rising water level and allowed the spread of magnificent reeds Once more a peat forming ecosystem is developing in the Bollwinfließ which was officially recognised as a Beaver Reserve in the late 1970s There is no paved road through the refuge which is accessible by sandy trails only The sole settlement is the small village of Dargersdorf with its historic half timbered church at the western edge of the 6 kilometres long valley This quietly enchanting landscape is a balm for the soul It also provides habitats for rare animals and plants Red and Black Kites Goshawk and Hobby live in the surrounding forests Green and Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers inhabit the forest edges while Cranes and Common Snipe Marsh Harriers and Kingfishers can be

    Original URL path: http://succow-stiftung.de/nsg-bollwinfliess.html (2016-02-15)
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  • New Areas - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt German Federal Foundation for the Environment DBU The Michael Succow Foundation receives a total of c 350 hectares in Mecklenburg Western Pomerania and Brandenburg In August 2011 the contract for 57 hectares at the Bolzer Lake and a forest near Wasdow was notarized Wasdow Forest a beech forest with interspersed spruces is one of the lesser spotted eagle s valuable breeding habitats in Mecklenburg Western Pomerania During the coming years the spruces will be removed to a large extent so that a natural broad leaf forest can quickly develop Apart from that the forest is not used and can thus develop into wilderness The Bolzer Lake is situated in a terminal moraine landscape deeply immersed and represents a former system of blind drainage Most of the area overtaken by the Michael Succow Foundation contains beech rich mixed forest with small grassland spaces The foundation s goal is to restore the former blind drainage system That means that the artificially constructed drainage above ground is to be completely stopped In October 2011 the foundation overtook further 176 hectares They are situated mainly on southern Ruegen Island Palmer Ort Schoritzer Wiek Dumsewitz but also on the mainland Mannhagener

    Original URL path: http://succow-stiftung.de/new-areas.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Защита торфяников и климата - Фонд Михаэля Зуккова
    Защита торфяников и климата Сохранение торфяных болот является не только одной из целей Фонда Михаэля Зуккова но она особенно дорога для наших учредителей и многих сотрудников Ландшафтная экология торфяных болот с их гидрологическими видами которая была значительно улучшена профессором Михаэлем Зукковым является научной основой нашей деятельности в этой сфере Наше усилие направлено не только на торфяники в умеренных широтах Мы уделаем такое же внимание Гирганскому лесу в Азербайджане или пустыням

    Original URL path: http://succow-stiftung.de/zaschita-torfjanikov-i-klimata.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Развитие охраняемых природных территорий - Фонд Михаэля Зуккова
    природных территорий Охраняемые природные территории становятся главной опорой всех усилий для сохранения биологического разнообразия и обеспечение функциональности экосистемы в мировом масштабе После того как Михаэль Зукков и его коллеги достигли цели в защите наиболее ценных природных ареалов под образцовой программой национальных парков в ГДР в 1990 м году наш фонд поддерживает улучшение охраняемых территорий в других странах Наш текущий фокус сосредоточен на странах Восточной Европы и Азии Наша цель заключается

    Original URL path: http://succow-stiftung.de/razvitie-oxranjaemyx-prirodnyx-territorij.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Исследование и повышение потенциала - Фонд Михаэля Зуккова
    проектному развитию и реализации наша мотивация и стимул является радостью открытия и описания научных процессов и контекстов Тем не менее многие наши проекты особенно в области изменение климата и торфяников являются высоко инновационными научное исследование и эксперименты это неотъемлемые компоненты нашей стратегии фонда Мы активно продолжаем этот метод и совершенствуем его в сочетании с нашими партнерами Повышение потенциала и образование играют ключевую роль во всех сферах деятельности нашего фонда Молодые

    Original URL path: http://succow-stiftung.de/issledovanie-i-povyshenie-potenciala.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Revitalisation of a Spring Mire - Binsenberg-Siedenbollentin - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    and Rust Bog rush Schoenus nigricans and S ferrugineus which have become extremely rare in Northeast Germany They managed to survive in an exceptionally small area ca 0 1 hectares which can be assigned to the FFH habitat type Alkaline Fens It is surrounded by a purple moor grass meadow also an FFH habitat type ca 2 hectares with a high proportion of Bluntflower Rush Juncus subnodulosus Impoundment measures implemented after the site was placed under protection in 1998 failed to satisfactorily improve the overall condition of the area In many parts of the fen water levels remain too low to prevent peat degradation and the release of nutrients Goals As part of the transfer of National Natural Heritage Sites to states foundations and associations the Michael Succow Foundation took over the areas mentioned above The spring mire complex was scheduled for revitalisation under the funding guideline for water bodies and wetlands FöRiGeF The goal of this measure was the restoration of a close to natural water balance the preservation of existing protective goods and an increase of habitat types worthy of protection This includes the continued development of plant associations towards a more natural state e g purple moor grass meadows to common sedge mires Shallow peat cutting of heavily eutrophied and drained surfaces over nutrient poor fens offers a particularly promising way of restoring new lime rich nutrient poor habitats The removal of 20 40 centimetres of topsoil supplies fill material for drainage ditches at the same time it frees up nutrient poor substrates on which the target vegetation can re establish itself The regrowth of pertinent plant species has been facilitated through a number of measures Due to changes in environmental conditions a prognosis as to the ultimate success remains difficult However it is safe to assume

    Original URL path: http://succow-stiftung.de/revitalisation-of-a-spring-mire-binsenberg-siedenbollentin.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Paludiculture and Adapted Peatland Protection in Brandenburg - Michael-Succow-Foundation
    been drained and are used for agriculture Of the state s 220 000 hectares of peatland 21 000 hectares are only slightly drained and a mere 1 of the total area remains in a near natural state that allows peat accumulation To further implement the Reference Framework the State Office for the Environment Health and Consumer Protection Brandenburg Landesamt für Umwelt Gesundheit und Verbraucherschutz LUGV awarded several lots in August of 2011 The purpose of Lot 4 was to investigate the potential for wet agriculture and utilization of biomass from fens paludiculture in the entire state of Brandenburg Project results The project defined a regional template for areas in Brandenburg that show a potential for paludiculture and prioritized drained peatlands according to their suitability Based on their potential for successful rewetting and taking into account a number of economical and conservational aspects three peatland areas were selected that are most suitable for paludiculture As part of the project all necessary permits and approvals for the project s implementation in each target area were obtained and a list of suggestions for rewetting and cultivation under paludicultural aspects was drawn up In addition to developing a regional template for paludiculture the project

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