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Lämershagener stairs

 

PLANTED! Our first project took place on Hermannsweg in the Teutoburg Forest at the Lämershagener stairs.

 

The forest area, which is intended for concrete reforestation, is located on the ridge of the Teutoburg Forest in Bielefeld-Lämershagen near the so-called Lämershagener stairs and is at a height of 220 meters above sea level.

The reforestation area is slightly inclined towards the north in the upper slope and belongs to the so-called Osning and Ravensberg hill country.

The bedrock is the Osningsandstein with a layer of sand in the upper slope, which is mixed with loess loam in the lower slope. We are in a moderately fresh location and the bedrock gives the plants a moderate supply of nutrients.


The area reference data:
The area shown has an area of ​​0.80 hectares and a circumference of 390.0 running meters.



Due to the storm in 2018 and the subsequent extremely dry conditions in 2019 and 2020, the pre-existing stock was completely destroyed by the large-scale bark beetle calamity.

In addition to the natural growth of spruce, we find numerous other tree and shrub species that are welcome in reforestation and also play an important role in species enrichment and thus in the stabilization of the stand. In addition to young spruce trees, we also find pine, larch, Douglas fir, birch, bird cherry, willow, buckthorn, etc.

One could also hope for natural regeneration, whereby the spruce would certainly prevail. But the major calamity in the past, with the extreme drought and the associated bark beetle damage, showed that the spruce tree species will not be a promising tree species even in the face of climate change.

The mixed deciduous forest with local tree species has, according to the general expert opinion, higher chances, whereby the coniferous wood and its tree species may certainly retain their justification in a mixture with the deciduous forest.



For reforestation it is therefore suggested on this site:

Planting bandage 2.2 mx 1.2 m
Total number of plants on 0.8 ha = 3,046 plants, which are distributed as follows:

40x wild pears as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
40x wild apple as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
10x service tree as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
10x service tree as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
380x winter linden, 380x bird cherry, 100x hornbeam and 2086x pedunculate oak.


Thanks to numerous support and the generous commitment of our project partner, BRELOG GmbH, the new afforestation was planted on January 28, 2021. This creates a species-rich, near-natural and climate-stable mixed forest at this location. MADE BY YOU!

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.

INFO:
Due to the increased availability of natural regeneration, 470 English oaks and 80 winter linden trees were left over from the planting. In consultation with our project partner, we may use these from their contingent for a project ("White Path") in the immediate vicinity. The trees will be planted there in the next week. We will publish the project in the next few days.

Thank you for your commitment and trust.

Your climatebloom team

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Lämershagener stairs

 

PLANTED! Our first project took place on Hermannsweg in the Teutoburg Forest at the Lämershagener stairs.

 

The forest area, which is intended for concrete reforestation, is located on the ridge of the Teutoburg Forest in Bielefeld-Lämershagen near the so-called Lämershagener stairs and is at a height of 220 meters above sea level.

The reforestation area is slightly inclined towards the north in the upper slope and belongs to the so-called Osning and Ravensberg hill country.

The bedrock is the Osningsandstein with a layer of sand in the upper slope, which is mixed with loess loam in the lower slope. We are in a moderately fresh location and the bedrock gives the plants a moderate supply of nutrients.


The area reference data:
The area shown has an area of ​​0.80 hectares and a circumference of 390.0 running meters.



Due to the storm in 2018 and the subsequent extremely dry conditions in 2019 and 2020, the pre-existing stock was completely destroyed by the large-scale bark beetle calamity.

In addition to the natural growth of spruce, we find numerous other tree and shrub species that are welcome in reforestation and also play an important role in species enrichment and thus in the stabilization of the stand. In addition to young spruce trees, we also find pine, larch, Douglas fir, birch, bird cherry, willow, buckthorn, etc.

One could also hope for natural regeneration, whereby the spruce would certainly prevail. But the major calamity in the past, with the extreme drought and the associated bark beetle damage, showed that the spruce tree species will not be a promising tree species even in the face of climate change.

The mixed deciduous forest with local tree species has, according to the general expert opinion, higher chances, whereby the coniferous wood and its tree species may certainly retain their justification in a mixture with the deciduous forest.



For reforestation it is therefore suggested on this site:

Planting bandage 2.2 mx 1.2 m
Total number of plants on 0.8 ha = 3,046 plants, which are distributed as follows:

40x wild pears as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
40x wild apple as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
10x service tree as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
10x service tree as border planting to Hermannsweg if necessary. with a bush planting
380x winter linden, 380x bird cherry, 100x hornbeam and 2086x pedunculate oak.


Thanks to numerous support and the generous commitment of our project partner, BRELOG GmbH, the new afforestation was planted on January 28, 2021. This creates a species-rich, near-natural and climate-stable mixed forest at this location. MADE BY YOU!

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.

INFO:
Due to the increased availability of natural regeneration, 470 English oaks and 80 winter linden trees were left over from the planting. In consultation with our project partner, we may use these from their contingent for a project ("White Path") in the immediate vicinity. The trees will be planted there in the next week. We will publish the project in the next few days.

Thank you for your commitment and trust.

Your climatebloom team

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