Photo: Bruno Scheel / NABU

University of Applied Sciences Osnabrueck joins an excursion within the NABU project LIFE BOVAR


NABU Lower Saxony and Schaumburg district accompany seminar and excursion on the Bückeberg

Stadthagen, November 2018: A total of 40 students from the Landscape Development course at the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrueck took part in a seminar and excursion as part of the Landscape Management module as part of the LIFE BOVAR project of NABU Lower Saxony. The aim was to gain an insight into the practical activities of the EU LIFE project. After the presentation of the project and the project region as well as an excursion introduction by the Lower Nature Conservation Authority, a lecture on the topic "Water and sediment retention in the forests with simultaneous promotion of biodiversity" on the development of a biotope network for amphibians followed. After the excursion, which was led by Bruno Scheel and Christian Hoeppner, practical measures in nature conservation were visited and further topics from nature conservation practice such as grazing management in the Liekwegen quarry and networking measures in the surrounding forests were shown.