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Greetings from Vogtland vol. 7 – A biodiversity hotspot for central Europe in former mining land

Our master students recently participated in a 4-day excursion in the Vogtland-region, and learned many different aspects of forestry and wood products through visits in local forest areas and companies. This blog post series, written by the participating students themselves,…

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Greetings from Vogtland vol. 6 – Smallholder forestry: from demo plots to education trail.

Our master students recently participated in a 4-day excursion in the Vogtland-region, and learned many different aspects of forestry and wood products through visits in local forest areas and companies. This blog post series, written by the participating students themselves,…

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Greetings from Vogtland vol. 5 – Sawmill „Schauer“ in Werda, Vogtland

Our master students recently participated in a 4-day excursion in the Vogtland-region, and learned many different aspects of forestry and wood products through visits in local forest areas and companies. This blog post series, written by the participating students themselves,…

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Greetings from Vogtland vol. 4 – Forest management in a smallholder forest enterprise

Our master students recently participated in a 4-day excursion in the Vogtland-region, and learned many different aspects of forestry and wood products through visits in local forest areas and companies. This blog post series, written by the participating students themselves,…

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Greetings from Vogtland vol. 3 – Forest Education Garden “Walderlebnisgarten Eich”: Experiencing the forest through all senses.

Our master students recently participated in a 4-day excursion in the Vogtland-region, and learned many different aspects of forestry and wood products through visits in local forest areas and companies. This blog post series, written by the participating students themselves,…

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Sächsische Schweiz: From rock climbing to protected areas administration

Could you guess where free climbing was born?  Yes, in Saxony. To be more precise in the “Elbsandstaingebirge” as it is called in German and which can be easily translated to English with just three words, the Elbe sandstone mountains.

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