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Television tower

Our next reforestation project is in the immediate vicinity of the Bielefeld TV tower.

If you hike up the Fernsehturmstraße to the TV tower, you will find ancient stone quarries along the hiking route. In the past, the so-called Osningstein was broken here, with which many basement floors of historical buildings in Bielefeld were created. The Fernsehturmstraße runs on the hill parallel to the Hermannsweg and delimits the reforestation area. In the immediate vicinity of the television tower you will find a Germanic ring wall that closes off the area on the eastern side.

The area to be reforested is traversed by a beautiful, serpentine-like hiking trail to the south.

The bedrock is the Osningsandstein, which essentially has a nutrient-poor sand overlay. We are on the southern slope of the Teutoburg Forest.

The area reference data:

The area to be reforested has an area size of approx. 1.5 ha.

Due to the extreme drought of the last few years, the pre-existing stock was completely destroyed by the large calamity of bark beetles.

In this area we can currently find relatively few naturally rejuvenated plants, but in the event of reforestation, the diversity of tree species will be increased by the introduction of seeds from neighboring areas.

On these very steep south-facing slopes with almost all-day sunshine and the low rainfall in the year, there is now the chance to create a climate-stable mixed deciduous forest that is suitable for the location. In the future, this will be the habitat of many different insects and animals. The wild fruit varieties in particular will contribute to a beautiful landscape.

For reforestation it is therefore suggested on this site:
Planting bandage 2.2 mx 1.2 m
Total number of plants on 1.5 ha = 5,100 plants, which are distributed as follows:

70 pieces of wild pear as border planting to the Hermannsweg and the hiking trail
70 pieces of wild apple as border planting to the Hermannsweg and the hiking trail
496 winter linden trees
496 pieces of black cherries
3968 pieces of sessile oak

Since we need smaller plants for the shallow slopes, the prices have been reduced accordingly!

We look forward to your support: MADE BY YOU!
Your climatebloom team

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EK setzt grüne Akzente in der „Black Week“

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Nach zuletzt 7.500 gepflanzten Bäumen dürfen es im Anschluss an die diesjährige Aktion gern noch mehr sein: Genau deshalb ruft EK im Rahmen der diesjährigen „Black Week“ erneut den „Green Friday“ auf. Die Handelsgruppe mit Sitz in Bielefeld baut dabei wieder auf das große Engagement ihrer angeschlossenen Fachhändler*innen. Mit an Bord sind die Hausgeräte- und Küchenspezialisten von electroplus küchenplus, die HappyBaby-Partner, die Häuser der Fachgruppe licht+concept und die Händler, die ihre Kompetenzen mit der EK Kampagne „Starker Fachhandel“  nach außen tragen.

 

Wie im letzten Jahr wird nach der „Green Week“ vom 21. bis 27. November je nach Branche für verkaufte Großgeräte, Kinderwagen/Autositze oder Leuchten führender Hersteller ein Baum gespendet und gepflanzt. Gleiches gilt für die „Starken Fachhändler*innen“ bei jedem Einkauf ab 100 Euro im Aktionszeitraum. Alle Bäume gehen in ein EK Aufforstungsprojekt im Teutoburger Wald.

Television tower

Our next reforestation project is in the immediate vicinity of the Bielefeld TV tower.

If you hike up the Fernsehturmstraße to the TV tower, you will find ancient stone quarries along the hiking route. In the past, the so-called Osningstein was broken here, with which many basement floors of historical buildings in Bielefeld were created. The Fernsehturmstraße runs on the hill parallel to the Hermannsweg and delimits the reforestation area. In the immediate vicinity of the television tower you will find a Germanic ring wall that closes off the area on the eastern side.

The area to be reforested is traversed by a beautiful, serpentine-like hiking trail to the south.

The bedrock is the Osningsandstein, which essentially has a nutrient-poor sand overlay. We are on the southern slope of the Teutoburg Forest.

The area reference data:

The area to be reforested has an area size of approx. 1.5 ha.

Due to the extreme drought of the last few years, the pre-existing stock was completely destroyed by the large calamity of bark beetles.

In this area we can currently find relatively few naturally rejuvenated plants, but in the event of reforestation, the diversity of tree species will be increased by the introduction of seeds from neighboring areas.

On these very steep south-facing slopes with almost all-day sunshine and the low rainfall in the year, there is now the chance to create a climate-stable mixed deciduous forest that is suitable for the location. In the future, this will be the habitat of many different insects and animals. The wild fruit varieties in particular will contribute to a beautiful landscape.

For reforestation it is therefore suggested on this site:
Planting bandage 2.2 mx 1.2 m
Total number of plants on 1.5 ha = 5,100 plants, which are distributed as follows:

70 pieces of wild pear as border planting to the Hermannsweg and the hiking trail
70 pieces of wild apple as border planting to the Hermannsweg and the hiking trail
496 winter linden trees
496 pieces of black cherries
3968 pieces of sessile oak

Since we need smaller plants for the shallow slopes, the prices have been reduced accordingly!

We look forward to your support: MADE BY YOU!
Your climatebloom team

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