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Hunters plant 28,000 trees in the Steinfurt – Westfalen-Lippe district – News

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Hunters plant 28,000 trees in the Steinfurt – Westfalen-Lippe district – News

“There’s a rabbit running away in front!”, spade in hand, dogwoods, honeysuckles and small spruces in the back of the little tractor, we go to plant them. Jan Gert Niederberghaus and the other hunters chose the edge of a hedge near Ladbergen. He is the chairman of the Steinfurt-Tecklenburg district hunting association.

Jan Gert Niederberghaus is also planting trees today.

“Many of these hedgerows have been removed in Münsterland in order to enlarge the fields for the huge harvesters.” Partridges, for example, needed the hedgerows as a place to rest and nest.

“That is the main reason for our planting campaign. Ultimately, we also want to protect animal species that are increasingly being taken away from space.” Jan Gert Niederberghaus

That’s why the trees are not planted in the forest, but rather between fields.

The 28,000 small trees and bushes were distributed to the hunters on a farm near Lengerich. From there we go to the individual hunting areas in the Steinfurt district.

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