"Forestry meets School"
If you search the Internet for worksheets on the subject of forests, for example for biology lessons, you will certainly find what you are looking for. However, it is often not clear who created the documents, how they are didactically prepared and whether they are up-to-date. The internet platform "Forest meets School" will in future serve as a guarantee that the teaching materials on the subject of forests are correct and up-to-date.more Info
"Boden macht Schule"
Soil is dirty, solid, has bacteria, you can walk on it and play football. These are children's first associations with soil. And you can grow vegetables on it. But that soil can do much more than that is something pupils learn in workshops offered by the project group "Boden macht Schule".contact
CSI "Snow & ICE"
The Federal Forest Research Centre (BFW) brings snow and ice into the classroom. With exciting experiments and interactive learning units, the children immerse themselves in the cold matter and playfully discover the world of scientific and technical research.more Info
"Land schafft Kunst"
A film as a dialogue between art and nature: What do forests and pictures have in common? They can become very old and tell about the past.
The learning aid for forestry training covers all topics that are useful for forest practitioners. Leaflets on important tree species and pest insects, instructions on stand establishment or bark beetle control, as well as various cost calculation tables and much more are a valuable aid for forest managers.more Info
Pause for a moment and think about what type of landscape the terms “nature” or “naturalness” evoke in you. It’s quite possible that a forest will appear in front of your mind’s eye. The forest is likeable and, one could argue, constitutes a complex backdrop.more Information