Forest Bielefeld, Tenge-Rietberg-Straße
This area is located in Holter Forest. We planted Douglas firs and sessile oaks here in fall 2021. Both tree species cope well with drought, which makes them more climate-stable tree species for the increasing extreme weather events of climate change.
Forest Cologne, Volbach
Cologne's Königsforst forest is well-known in the city and a popular local recreation destination. To counteract the forest dieback there, we planted hornbeam, cherry, oak, sessile oak and beech trees together with the local forest and timber company in the fall of 2021. In doing so, we want to help preserve the forest for biodiversity and maintain all its protective functions (air filter, drinking water reservoir, habitat, etc.) for future generations.
Forest Cologne, Kaisereiche
In this area in Cologne's Königsforst forest, we planted oak and hornbeam trees in the fall of 2021. The aim here is also to create a climate-stable mixed forest that can withstand the extreme weather events of climate change and strengthen the forest ecosystem.
In spring 2021, we planted beech trees in the Junkernthal area near Siegen to provide an impetus for a climate-stable mixed forest in addition to the conifers already present. The beech is a deciduous tree and can also assert itself well against existing conifers and thus "mix" the forest. After all, intact forests offer much more than just a habitat for animals and plants: they are carbon reservoirs, areas for the creation of fresh air, water reservoirs and recreational areas for us humans.
Forest Cologne, Lehmbach
To counteract forest dieback in Cologne's Königsforst forest, we planted this area with beech and hornbeam trees in the fall of 2021. Together with naturally scattered tree species, they will form a climate-stable mixed forest there in future.
Forest Cologne, Monte Troodelöh
In the fall of 2021, we planted many small cherries in this area in Cologne's Königsforst forest, which, together with the existing tree species, will provide an impetus for a climate-stable mixed forest. This is because cherries are not only well suited to the increasing warm periods due to their drought resistance, but also have an ecological significance due to their fruit, which is an important source of nectar for insects.
Forest Cologne, Lustheider Mühlenweg
We planted oak and fir trees in this area in Cologne's Königsforst forest in the fall of 2021. Fir trees are very stable and highly resistant to storms. Oaks have deep roots and can therefore get enough water to survive even in dry times.
Bonn forest, Dickbaumskreuz
In spring 2022, we planted seven different tree species in this area in the Kottenforst: common oak, larch, lime, hornbeam, fir, cherry and sweet chestnut. Together, these tree species will help to create a climate-stable mixed forest.
Bonn forest, Jägerkreuz
We planted the tree species common oak, hornbeam, lime and sweet chestnut in this area in Bonn's Kottenforst forest in spring 2022. The small seedlings are to grow into a mixed forest that will promote biodiversity in the new forest in future, counteract climate change and promote the protective functions of the forest.
Bonn forest, Schwarzphuler Weg
In spring 2022, we planted oak, hornbeam, lime and sweet chestnut seedlings in this area in the Kottenforst forest near Bonn. There, they will provide an impetus for a climate-stable mixed forest that can withstand the extreme weather events of climate change.
Bonn Forest, Blausteinallee
In spring 2022, we planted oak, hornbeam, lime, chestnut and elm trees here.
and elm. By selecting these tree species, our climate forester Jan Borchert is aiming to create a climate-stable mixed forest that will preserve the forest ecosystem for the future.
Forest Bonn, Elches-Maar-Allee 1
Since spring 2022, we have been growing oak, hornbeam, lime, chestnut and cherry trees on our site in the Kottenforst near Bonn. In a few years' time, the area will be home to a climate-stable mixed forest that provides a new habitat for a wide variety of species, serves as a drinking water reservoir and air filter and gives us humans a recreational space.
Forest Bonn, Elches-Maar-Allee 2
In spring 2022, we planted common oaks, hornbeams, lime trees and sweet chestnuts in the Kottenforst forest near Bonn. In doing so, we are providing new impetus for a climate-stable mixed forest and aim to arm the forest ecosystem against increasing extreme weather events.
Forest Bonn, Elches-Maar-Allee 3
In spring 2022, we planted oak, hornbeam, lime, beech, larch, fir and sweet chestnut seedlings in the Kottenforst area near Bonn. These climate-stable tree species form a mixed forest that can withstand extreme weather events as a result of climate change in the future.
Bonn forest, Kränungsweg
English oak, hornbeam, lime, cherry and sweet chestnut have been growing into a climate-stable mixed forest on this site in the Kottenforst near Bonn since spring 2022.
Bonn Forest, Elches-Maar-Alleechen
We planted the common oak, hornbeam, lime and sweet chestnut trees in this area of the Kottenforst in spring 2022. All of the trees are climate-stable and can therefore withstand the increasing extreme weather events resulting from climate change and secure the forest as a living and recreational space for the future.
Forest Ruhr area
In spring 2022, we planted our first area near Mühlheim an der Ruhr. Oaks, hornbeams, cherries and rowan trees are now growing in the area. There are also birch and maple seeds, which are carried onto the area by the wind. A total of six climate-stable tree species are growing here, providing an impetus for the mixed forest of the future and counteracting climate change. This will create a new habitat for numerous animal and plant species.
Forest Bielefeld, Senner Hellweg
In spring 2022, we planted sessile oak, lime, black locust and birch trees in this area near Bielefeld. These tree species are intended to grow into a climate-stable mixed forest, provide new habitats and support the forest ecosystem.
Forest Cologne, Klasheider Weg
In spring 2022, we planted many small chestnut trees in this area in Cologne's Königsforst forest. Together with existing tree species, our seedlings will grow into a mixed forest in the coming years. The sweet chestnut copes well with warm temperatures and dry locations and is therefore well prepared for heat waves.
Forest Cologne, Tütbergweg
In spring 2022, we planted English oak, red oak and larch trees in this area in Cologne's Königsforst forest. In doing so, we are providing an impetus for a climate-stable mixed forest that will counteract climate change in the future and promote the forest with all its protective functions (water filter, drinking water reservoir, habitat, etc.).
Forest Cologne, Brüderstrasse
In the fall of 2021, we planted the tree species common oak, red oak, cherry and sweet chestnut on this site in Cologne's Königsforst forest, which together form a climate-stable mixed forest and are intended to contribute to the preservation of the forest ecosystem.
Forest Cologne, Lehmbacher Weg
Frechen Forest, Wilhelmshöhe
We planted this area in spring 2022. English oaks, red oaks and hornbeam are now growing here.
Forest Idstein, Kesselbach
We planted small red oaks in this area near Idstein in the fall of 2022.
Forest Idstein, Kirchweg
This area has been home to sweet chestnuts and oriental beeches since fall 2022
Forest Wiesbaden, Platte
In spring 2021, we planted sessile oak, black locust, fir and hazel trees on the so-called Platte in the Taunus near Wiesbaden. In doing so, we are helping to preserve the forest there as a habitat for animals and plants with all its protective functions and also as a recreational area for future generations.
Forest Wiesbaden, Hohe Wurzel
The Hohe Wurzel in the Taunus near Wiesbaden is one of our first planting areas and is located in the Rhine-Taunus Nature Park. We planted alders and cherries there in spring 2021, which are intended to provide an impetus for a climate-stable mixed forest on the bare area and stabilize the forest ecosystem.
Forest Wiesbaden, Hansenkopf
In spring 2021, we planted the sessile oak and hornbeam tree species on our Hansenkopf site in Wiesbaden. Hornbeam is a climate-tolerant tree species, primarily due to its adaptability. It can grow well in warm and dry conditions. The same applies to the sessile oak, which can withstand long periods of drought well due to its deep root system.