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Model project "Landwirtschaft für Artenvielfalt" (Agriculture for Biodiversity) celebrates the 100th agricultural partner farm

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Mohnblumen im Getreidefeld

A total of 100 farms have joined the "Landwirtschaft für Artenvielfalt" (Agriculture for Biodiversity) project as practice partners. It is the largest project in Germany with the goal of preserving and promoting the diversity of wild animal and plant species in agriculturally influenced habitats in order to counteract the decline of native flora and fauna. The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) provided scientific support for the project.

The long-term goal is to establish a so-called nature conservation module on organically managed farms. The module is based on a scoring system for various nature conservation measures that each farm can compile individually. By now, 100 farms are part of the project. The WWF, which is responsible for project management, provided information about this in a press release. At ZALF, the project was supervised by the working group "Provisioning of Ecosystem Services in Agricultural Systems" (RA2). EDEKA supports the project financially and organizationally, markets the products of the participating farms and rewards the additional services for nature conservation.


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