Biodiversity cultures in urban and rural areas

BioDivKultur - That's us

News from our project

BioDivKultur chirps: We are now active on social media ​

You can also follow our project on social media! Through our channels, we post interesting information and provide insights into our work in the BioDivKultur project. Information about upcoming events and campaigns is also provided there.

Visit us! We are looking forward to seeing you.

Mowing workshop: Mowing in an insect-friendly way - but how?

At the 19th and 20th of September 2022 our mowing workshop took place at the Jagdschloss Kranichstein.

Over the course of two days, we exchanged views with stakeholders from research and practice on the possibilities and limitations of insect-friendly mowing.

We would like to thank all speakers for their great and interesting presentations.

We would also like to thank the numerous participants for their interest in our workshop and the exciting discussions. The exchange was not least a great help for us to be able to dedicate ourselves to the topic of insect-friendly mowing with all its facets, hurdles, but also possibilities in the project. The discussions provided very important input for our further research and planned actions in the project.

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Save the Date - Dates in the project

Action week 10-16 October
Attention biodiversity!

We are taking part in the nationwide action week “Achtung Artenvielfalt”! 2021 was launched by the BMBF Research Initiative for Biodiversity Conservation (FEdA) and the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung. Organizers this year are FEdA and the Leibniz Natural History Museums – the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, the Senckenberg Museums in Frankfurt am Main, Görlitz & Dresden and the Leibniz Institute for Biodiversity Change Analysis in Bonn & Hamburg.

Fall 2022
BioDivKultur Impulse Events

Together with our speakers Prof. Dr. Andreas Hetzel, Dr. Claudia Menzel and Hanna Wittstadt, we would like to give impulses on the value of biodiversity and the topic of man and nature in exciting lectures, seminars and meditative journeys of discovery.

The BioDivKultur project is funded by the Research Initiative for Biodiversity Conservation of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

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