Mit Unterstützung des Umweltförderprogramms LIFE+ der Europäischen Union

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Valuable and in need for protection

Nardus grasslands und their habitats are some of the most endangered species in the low mountain ranges of North-Rhine-Westphalia but also at comparable locations of other German federal states.
Within the LIFE-project “Alliance for Nardus grasslands” they are conserved, regenerated and developed in the North-Rhine-Westphalian part of the Eifel.

The NATURA2000-areas “Wiesen, Borstgrasrasen und Heiden bei Sistig", “Manscheider Bachtal und Paulushof”, "Heidemoor am Moorbach", "Dahlemer Binz" und “Baasemer Wald” are the backdrop for the restoration of rare habitats until 2019. The total budget of the project are 2.6 Mio with a protected area of 117 ha.
The “Biological station in the district of Euskirchen e.V.” as the coordinating beneficiary and project executing organization, the “Ministry of climate protection, environment, agriculture, nature and consumer protection of North-Rhine-Westphalia” as associated beneficiary and the co-financing “District of Euskirchen” cooperatively share the common targets: