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The newsletter from Naturefund is issued every six to eight weeks and informs you of our current projects, news from the natural world and about Naturefund's progress. You can find all of our newsletters to date here.

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21 January 2013, Naturefund project detail

Primeval Forest Relics

Around 1.400 types of deadwood beetle are known in Germany. Most of them are becoming more and more rare and are endangered species. In our cultivated forests there is a lack of standing and fallen heavy … more

21 January 2013, Naturefund project info

Basic Data for the Ancient Beech Forest

Naturefund, together with the Nature Conservation Foundation David wants to purchase 140,000 square metres (14 hectares) of beech forest in North East Thuringia … more

21 January 2013, Naturefund project detail

The Red Deer

There is an archaic atmosphere when the roaring red deer wander their way through the old deciduous forest in the Hohe Schrecke in September. Everything seems to come together: the inception of the melancholic … more

21 January 2013, Naturefund project detail

Ancient Beech Forest

Many forests are still being destroyed on a grand scale. Not many people are aware that one of the most endangered types of ancient forest is not in the southern hemisphere, but directly on our doorstep. They … more

15 October 2012, Naturefund project detail

The riparian forest

The riparian forest near the Beuren monastery accompanies the emerging river Leine for 1,5 kilometres. Black alder, ash and willows hang low over the water surface. Over the centuries, the area was barely used … more

15 October 2012, Naturefund project detail

Sedge reeds

„Sedge reeds“ tend to be dense vegetations growing in wetlands and in the accretion zones of waterbodies. Common bulrush, sedge and cotton grass form a dense field, which is habitat for grasshopper warbler, … more

15 October 2012, Naturefund project detail

The kingfisher

The colourful kingfisher lives near natural rivers and streams. He breeds in tunnels, which he digs deep into waterside bluffs. These bluffs, however, have become rare in Germany.  … more

15 October 2012, Naturefund project info

Basic data: Riparian forest near the Beuren monastery

Together with the NABU Obereichsfeld, Naturefund aims to conserve a pristine riparian forest. More about this unique natural habitat here. … more

06 June 2012, Naturefund Newsletter

A contract and many ideas for the rain forest

For months we have been working on a new contract between Naturefund and the Asociación Patuca. During many discussions, we composed a step by step contract and … more

04 April 2012, Naturefund Newsletter

New Contract for Patuca

During the last months we have been working intensively on a new contract between Naturefund and the Asociación Patuca. During many discussions, we composed a step by step contract concerning our collaboration … more

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