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"We, from the Round Table on Orchards, are committed to the preservation of the Wiesbaden orchard landscape. We come from agriculture and the Wiesbaden local advisory councils, we are nature conservationists, we own orchard meadows or we are simply enthusiastic about this valuable habitat. We want to work together for the preservation of the species-rich orchard landscape and the preservation of the numerous fruit trees. With a good 40,000 fruit trees and a diverse landscape, the state capital Wiesbaden has a natural treasure that offers recreation and healthy food for the people of the city. The orchard landscape of the surrounding area is also an important habitat for numerous species. We want to preserve this species-rich meadow orchard landscape of Wiesbaden and cordially invite everyone to join us in this endeavor."
The Round Table on Orchard Fruit meets three times a year, on the first Wednesday of February, June and October. The dates for the year 2020 are:
If you also want to support the preservation of the Wiesbaden orchard meadows, you are welcome to join the Round Table on Orchard Fruit. Here you can order the information letter from the Round Table:
In the following you will find various transparent documents from the Round Table on Orchard Fruit as well as the communication between the Wiesbaden Environmental Agency, the Round Table on Orchard Fruit and Naturefund about possible solutions to preserve Wiesbaden's orchard landscape. The documents are sorted chronologically:
Naturefund follows the voluntary commitment of the "Initiative Transparente Zivilgesellschaft" (ITZ) and publishes important figures and data on charitable work and the use of subsidies. All information can be found on our page Transparency.