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1 For people and the environment exchange on nature conservation and environmental management as well as reduction of environmental impacts on Natua2000 areas using the example of the regional airport OlsztynMazuy (PL) Status: I. Information on the project Project title: Target country / region: Adessat [en] de ventilation (incl. Contact details): Project sponsor in the target country: Project duration: Implementing organization [en]: Exchange on nature protection and environmental management as well as reduction of environmental impacts on Natua2000 areas using the example of the regional airport OlsztynMazuy (PL) Poland, Voivodeship EmlandMasuen Maschallamt de Maschallamt de EmlandMassuenflughamt des EmlandMasuen and Vetete de Regional Regional airport OlsztynMazuy 5 months blue! advancing european pojects GbR project number: 78393

2from cooperation topics to broader elaboration Evaluation of the calibrated results with reference to the project objective Assessment of the wikings of the project Assessment of the project by the recipients of the ventilation and the cooperation with the sponsors in the target country List of figures List of tables Appendix

3 Project reason for the cooperation initiative 1.1 Presentation of the initial situation and the resulting ventilation requirement The Maschallamt de Voivodship EmlandMasuen was involved in an exchange on nature protection issues in general (management planning, management of areas, respiratory protection) and in particular on the management of a regional airport (area in a Natua. 2000 area) . ,,). In addition, there was great interest in issues relating to operational and administrative environmental management at the airport (EMAS or similar). There was a need for action in the course of the commissioning of the long-shut down regional airport OlsztynMazuy (old: SzczytnoSzymany), which is located within the above-mentioned Natua2000 areas. As part of the environmental risk assessment (EIA) and the strategic environmental assessment (SUP) for the commissioning of the airport, the future management of the Natua2000 area was discussed, with the aim of not compromising the quality of protection. Knowledge of a consensual management of the airport and the Natua2000 area, including special data protection-specific issues, were of great interest. Figure 1: View of OlsztynMazuy Airport Source: OlsztynMazuy Airport De Contact between the contact point blue! advancing euopean pojects GbR (hereinafter: blue!) and the Maschallamt came about through the Bavarian Environment Ministry and the ENCORE 1 network conference in May 2014. In Bayen, in connection with Munich Airport, which is also located on / in a Natua2000 area, there is a wide range of experiences and extensive knowledge on the topics of interest to the voivodeship. It is planned to disseminate the project results in the form of written project documentation within the competent Polish authorities, in particular the General Department for Environmental Protection and the Ministry of the Environment of the Republic of Poland. 1 ENCORE Envionmental Conference of the Regions of Europe 3

4 projects The ventilation was carried out with Munich Airport and the company (Wuze Umweltdienst GmbH) commissioned to manage the nature protection areas by blue! Contacted and checked in advance whether the willingness to exchange is available. Positive feedback came from both files, as well as from the landscape conservation association Feising, de übe regional nature protection and Vemaktungsinitiativen infomiete. Since the airport OlsztynMazuy was previously one of the small airports, a question and information session with experts from the airport KölnBonn 2 was held next to Munich airport. In this way, various aspects of the topic complex of nature protection and flight operations could be presented and discussed. Together with the Polish partners, the topics listed below were coordinated, for which the EmlandMasuen Voivodeship has a great deal of interest in establishing a long-term cooperation with German airports and, if necessary, specialist offices. As part of the proposed project, detailed cooperation approaches and goals should be worked out for individual topics and the first steps should be planned. 1. Determination of environmental hazards that air traffic entails Discussion of technical studies on both sides on special hazards caused by air traffic, e.g. for certain type groups based on the type groups mentioned in the standard data sheets (SDB), e.g. Bats, birds, etc. (so far no detailed studies are available) 2. Heausfodeungen for environment and nature protection Evaluation of the current EIA (in Polish) with regard to other protection quality (air, lam, waste, etc.) 3. Current possibilities of Nature protection in the zone of the airport OlsztynMazuy Support in the development of a management plan for the Natua2000 areas and organization of the wide implementation of measures 4. Exchange of experience on the use of environmental management instruments such as EMAS or other environmental certifications (e.g. EMAS light, EcoStep) 5. Current environmental laws in Poland Examination of other relevant laws 6. Latest knowledge of research in the area of ​​nature protection Current exchange between nature protection experts on the management of the groups named in the SDS in the respective Natua2000 area 7. Security at the airport and in the zone where it is protected, limitation of risk factors, e.g. Protective measures against wilderness Involvement of suitable experts for the management of airports and of experts for the management of the attending groups The Polish delegation consisted of the vets from the OlsztynMazuy airport and two vets from the Maschallamt of the Emland-Masuen Voivodeship: 1. Wikto Wójcik: Die and geodesy, Maschallamt de Vojewodschaft Emland and Masuen in Olsztyn 2. Emilia Gochowalska: Specialist for nature protection 3. Agnieszka ŁagunaPawelec: architect for land use planning and administration 4. Stefan Ochman: Vojzallabamtes Maschewaldes and Masuen District Department of Emilia for the international cooperation 2 Airport administration Cologne Bonn He Hopp and He Dipl. Biol. Dik Febe from the airport for the support of the professional implementation of the compensation obligations from the management plan 4

5 project information on the regional airport Olsztyn Mazuy Beeits built in 1933, the former military airport was expanded to a regional airport by the end of 2015. The fashion was co-financed in de Födepeiode within the framework of Pioität 5 Regional and local Vekehsinfastuktu by the European Fund for Regional Development with about 27.65 million euros. The total costs are converted to around EUR 46.53 million. The airport is located in Szymany, 10 km from Szczytno and 59 km from Olsztyn and is open seven days a week from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. E is classified as 4D (category 1 ILS, tape protection class 7) and intended for the international public passenger advert. The airport OlsztynMazuy is the only airport in EmlandMasuen and covers an area of ​​approx. 322 hectares. The airport is served by different types of aircraft. The terminal building is intended for passenger traffic (domestic flights, international flights and chates) and is divided between arriving and departing passengers. Check-ins are also available for passengers inside and outside the Schengen area. A parking facility for cars, a bus station and a taxi rank are available. Table 1 gives an overview of the most important technical data (source: OlsztynMazuy Airport).

6 projects Total area of ​​the airport 6840.00 m² Belt protection ways 8132 m² Patouillenstaße m² Size per stat and runway 60 x 2500 m Guard building 480 m² Paved area (total) m² Green areas m² Feueweh building 3228.00 m³ Building area 482.40 m² Airport fence length (with toen ) 10 137.37 m width of tape protection toe (2 pieces) Beite electrical gateways (2 pieces) Height of the path prefabricated fence posts made of fire galvanized steel, rectangular cross-section 5 m 8 m 2.5 m 2250 mm width galvanized wire, mesh size 50 x 50 mm 1.3 Project objectives , planned measures and ewatete results Objectives of the project The objective of the project was a mutual exchange of knowledge and experience on current issues in the nature protection and environmental management of the regional airport OlsztynMazuy and airports in general. Further goals were exchanges on dealing with issues relating to the management of Natua2000 areas in the direct vicinity of airports (respiratory protection measures, bird strikes, land maintenance, organization). the de Paxis presentation on environmental management at Munich Airport (EMAS, etc.) as a best-practice example and inspiration for own environmental management measures at the OlsztynMazuy airport, the presentation of sustainable regional development initiatives that have arisen in the Feising district on the basis of active management of nature conservation areas (e.g. Tagwek, Feisinge Land , etc.) the determination of broad cooperation potentials for the above-mentioned subject areas. Planned measures The measures planned within the BHP project to calibrate the above-mentioned goals can be described as follows: Preparation and implementation of a joint workshop in Feising in cooperation with Munich Airport and the Feising Landscape Management Association, guidance and implementation of an excusion at Munich Airport, in the case of de konkete Protection and care measures were given priority, 6

7 project preparation and implementation of an online conference with experts from KölnBonn Airport to discuss particular questions about the management of nature protection areas in the vicinity of small and medium-sized airports, processing of the results in a conference proceedings, with a list of possible measures for better management of the Natua2000 area and the airport (Keyword environmental management), dissemination of the results to suitable target groups in large countries in Central and Eastern Europe. The detailed agenda of the workshop can be found in the appendix to the conference report. 7th

8 Projects Implemented measures and verified results The measures and results listed under 1.3 are described in detail below. At this point, it should be pointed out once again that the Munich Airport was selected as a co-operation sponsor and de Landkeis Feising was selected as the event because the discussion about the construction and expansion of Munich Airport has run out of time and a very detailed planning and participation process has taken place , the Munich airport carries out a very effective and extensive environmental management at the airport, which can offer a lot of inspiration for all airports, there has been a landscape conservation association in the district of Feising (since 1991), which has taken care of the management of nature protection areas and has been since then There is a great experience in this area, because the FeisingWeihenstephan University of Applied Sciences is based at the Chair of Ecological Agriculture at the Technical University of MunichWeihenstephan and there has been a very active regional marketing scene for around 20 years. Among other things, dot the Ezeugegemeinschaften Tagwek (organic farming, regional organic products) and Feisinge Land (focus on regional production, organic and conventional products). With the LeadeRegion Feisinge Moos, there is another act that exemplifies regional creation in the Munich-Feising airport region. A number of attractive examples were thus available for inspection by Ot. 2.1 Workshop day 1 () with votes on the following topics Presentation of the current situation at the regional airport OlsztynMazuy In the first vote, He Wikto Wójcik, Diekto des Depatment fü Infastuktu and Geodesie de Voivodeship EmlandMasuen and Fau Emilia Gochowalska de Beteensgesellschaft, Airport the current situation at the regional airport OlsztynMazuy vo. They discussed in particular the development of the airport since it went into operation at the beginning of 2016, the location in the region and a number of Natua2000 / protected areas up to now implemented respiratory protection measures (broken down into the 5km or 13km zone around the airport). The EmlandMasuen Voivodeship is located in north-eastern Poland. It covers an area of ​​km² and is the largest region in the country. In the region there are more than lakes, including the largest Polish lake (Śniadwy). In addition to the lakes, natural forests, which take up almost 30% of the area, add to the wealth of the region. The largest forest complexes meet the names: Puszcza Boecka, Puszcza NapiwodzkoRamucka, Puszcza Piska, Lasy Iławskie and Puszcza Romincka. Furthermore, 46.7% of the voivodeship consists of areas that are particularly valuable in terms of nature protection, including: 111 nature protection areas 8 landscape parks 71 landscape protection areas 44 areas of community importance (Natua2000) 16 bird protection areas (Natua2000) 111 ecologically valuable grassland areas 13 working groups in the area of ​​nature and landscape 8

9 Natua 2000 areas are located on ha or 27.6% of the area of ​​the voivodeship. In the vicinity of the airport there are the following Natua2000 areas (see Figure 2): SPA Bird Sanctuary Puszcza NapiwodzkoRamucka () SAC Special Aea of ​​Consevation NapiwodzkoRamucka (PHL280052) 0.8 km SPA Bird Sanctuary Doliny Omulwi i Płodownicy "() 9.5 km Figure 2: Kate de Natua2000 areas in the area of ​​OlsztynMazuy airport (estimated approx. 1:) Source: OlsztynMazuy airport; access within 13 km from the airport reference point (ARP), there are 2 nature conservation areas (shown in orange in Fig. 2) 3 landscape protection areas 3 Natua2000 areas (in Fig. 2 ot and blue; ot = bird protection areas, blue = FFH areas) 6 ecologically managed agricultural areas and ecological koidoe. 9

10 projects The most important habitat types (LRT) and Aten according to the for the above

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12 Pojektn Guppe * Code Scientific Name German Name B A030 Ciconia niga Schwazstoch B A081 Cicus aeuginosus Rohweihe B A082 Cicus cyaneus Konweihe B A084 Cicus pygagus Meadow Harrier Population Type * min * max * cc Standaddatenbogen Numme F 1149 Cobitis taenia Stonebite p A231 Coacias gaulus Blauacke B A122 Cex cex Wachtelkönig B A038 Cygnus cygnus Whooper Swan B A036 Cygnus olo Hunchback Swan B A239 Dendocopos leucotos White-backed Woodpecker B A238 Dendocopos medius Middle Spotted Woodpecker P 1393 Doosic Pecker P 1393 Doosic Pechocopus A236 Belmoos cpp (500) (600) venicos Belmsposus Bel36ius matus A027 Egetta alba syllable row c B A379 Embeiza hotulana Otolan R 1220 Emys obiculais European pond terrapin p B A097 Falco vespetinus red-footed falcon c 1 B A321 Ficedula albicollis collar snap B A320 Ficedula pava Zwegschnäppe B A153 Gallinago gallinago

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15 items * type: p = sedentary, = photo planting, c = collection, w = wintering (please indicate "sedentary" for plants and non-moving animals). * min / * max: Wete in brackets indicate concentration occurrences (collection), e.g. come about due to bird migration. In order to limit the negative impact of the airport on the environment, a number of measures are ealisiet, which were determined by the Regional Office for Environmental Protection in Olsztyn as part of a study on June 14, 2013 (WOOŚ JC.24). Most of the environmental measures at OlsztynMazuy Airport, including environmental monitoring and compensation measures, are derived from the environmental notice issued by the Regional Office for Environmental Protection in Olsztyn as part of the approval for the expansion of the airport's investments. The environmental monitoring and the compensation, which was connected with the realization of the investment and the modernization of the airport, were carried out from May 2014 to the end of 2015. In general, the OlsztynMazuy Airport is responsible for environmental monitoring, risk analysis and Vosoge as well as the planning of protective measures. Inside the airport, the responsibilities are divided into: Environmental supervision at the airport's modernization Environmental monitoring Environmental management Compensation measures Concrete (Aten) Protective measures In the following, environmental management, compensation measures, environmental supervision and concrete protective measures are discussed in particular: Environmental management: Environmental management includes all measures that are relevant for the Aten and biotope protection as well as aviation traffic safety are necessary, starting with the mowing of the airport meadows to the compensation measures. The latter are described in detail below. Compensation measures: "Pogamm to minimize the effects of air traffic on the birds" The aim of the pogamm is to improve the conditions for birds, such as Weißstoch or geifvögel by means of care measures, such as Mowing to eat. 120 hectares of forest meadows were selected to support the rehabilitation program of small retention areas. The pogamm is implemented in cooperation with the public Fostamtsbezik Szczytno using standot-proof construction materials (mainly oak and hornbeam). Trees were planted on 2.47 hectares to rejuvenate the forest. The forest areas within the scope of the compensation age 2.110 ha. These are open areas that were intended to expand the forest area. There were no old trees, nor were there any trees that were protected under the protection of the forest. The aim of the fortification is a usable forest. 30 nesting boxes for birds and 426 bat boxes were hung up as a set of habitats, as well as 30 white-pied nests. 15th

16 Environmental monitoring projects At OlsztynMazuy Airport, birds, bats and air lambs are examined within the scope of environmental monitoring. The surveillance includes the birds listed in Appendix I of the Bird Protection Directive, especially Weißstoch, Schwazstoch, Seeadle, Schwazmilan, Red Kite, Scheiadle and Kanich, which inhabit the safety zones of flight operations.They are counted annually for a period of 5 years from the first year of operation, as well as Komoan and Gaueihe. The positions of the white stags and frogs (mostly Scheiadle) are checked annually. A constant surveillance of the birds at the airport takes place especially during the migration period (March, mid-May and September, October) and during the low season and the outing of the young birds (June-August). Associated with this are possible stats security methods and methods with active verification. The area around the airport is also monitored for the presence of breeding pigeons as well as garbage dumps and areas with a high concentration of birds. Table 4 shows the schedule of bird monitoring from 2016 to Table 4: Schedule of bird monitoring for the years (+ year of mandatory inspections) Source: OlsztynMazuy Airport N Scope of the monitoring of bird breeding grounds (Bird Protection Directive Annex I) Weißstoch other genera as well as Gaueihehe and Komoan colonies 2nd monitoring de nest positionote des Weißstoches and de geifvögel in the SBOL * area 3. Monitoring of nests positionotes frequent mud birds fixed tank sects 4. Continuous bird monitoring on the airport grounds 5. Control of the plots seen in the pogam (120 ha) 6. Monitoring of the environment from the point of view of breeding of pigeons and other birds 7. Monitoring the area around the airport from the point of view of the garbage dumps

17 points * SBOL: Safety zone for flight operations (zone with a radius of 13 km around the airport, measured from ARP (reference point), which was determined in accordance with the ICAO and IBSC recommendations. SOL aerodrome area with a radius of 5 km from the airport boundary. Table below 5 lists all bird atrocities observed on the airport premises in 2016. There are no designated resting places for migratory birds in the vicinity of the airport. There is no separate monitoring in this regard. Table 5: List of all bird atrocities observed on the airport premises in 2016 Lp Observation point Scientific name German name Number Share in% 1 4B Stunus vulgais Sta, 57% 2 1 Goose (not determined), 98% 3 5B Delichon ubicum House martin, 02% 4 3A Buteo buteo Mäusebussad, 02% 5 3B Columba palumbus Rngeltaube 926 4.29% 6 5A Falco tinnunculus Tumfalke 867 4.01% 7 4B Tudus pilais Juniper box 602 2.79% 8 4B Tudus viscivous Mistletoe box 557 2.58% 9 4B Columba livia f. domestica house pigeon 546 2.53% 10 3A Covus coax Kolkabe 471 2.18% 11 6 Motacilla alba white wagtail 437 2.02% 12 1 Gus gus Kanich 387 1.79% 13 6 Alauda avensis Feldleche 275 1.27% 14 5B Embeiza citinella Goldamme 252 1.17% 15 5B Hiundo ustica Barn Swallow 190 0.88% 16 4A Cicus aeuginosus Rohweihe 160 0.74% 17 1 Ciconia ciconia Weißstoch 149 0.69% 18 4B Vanellus vanellus Kiebitz 146 0.68% 19 5B Swallows (not determined) 105 0.49% 20 5B Linaia flaviostis beggar 135 0.63% 21 4A Gaulus glandaius acorn 77 0.36% 22 2B Anas platyhynchos Mallard 69 0.32% 23 2A Adea cineea Gaueihe 67 0.31% 24 1 Phalacocoax cabo Komoan 61 0.28% 25 6 Caduelis caduelis Goldfinch 60 0.28% 17

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19 points In order to reduce the impact on the birds, especially on Scheiadle, and the potential for a collision of birds with aircraft, flight altitude restrictions with minimum limits of 300 m were applied over the Natua2000 area Puszcza NapiwodzkoRamucka () in the period from March 1st, 30th. Introduced September. Exceptions are stats and landings from Szymany Airport or situations in connection with the safety of flight operations. De Beeich on the west side of the airport (the NapiwodzkoRamucka area) is excluded as part of the approach for general aviation. Concrete protective measures Protective measures for various birds and bat flies are particularly important, as the airport is largely enclosed by forests and lakes or wetlands. The nearest large town is 60 km away, the nearest villages are 3 km away. The measures against bird strikes applied at Olsztyn Airport are the use of birds of prey as well as elimination by lambs (check guns, etc.). In the SBOLZone (13km) a continuous environmental surveillance is carried out, in particular: Bird surveillance: inventory of bird populations, the winter day, the but colonies; Inventory of the area of ​​the Weißstoches and the Geifvögel, especially for the Scheiadle and other birds, which are mentioned in the Appendix de I Bird Protection Directive (especially around the Schwazstoch, Seeadle, Schwazen Milan, Rote Milan, Kanich) Bat surveillance: There are no active measures for the Damage to bats carried out. In order to reduce the presence of bats as much as possible, the airport area is now illuminated in the absolutely efodelichen areas. There is continuous bat monitoring (see Table 6). In order to limit the risk of collision with birds, the attactivity is veinget (see below); Monitoring of compensation and recultivation measures (green areas, landfill, etc.); in the SOLZone (5km) the population development of pigeons, as well as mammals and amphibians, is monitored; outside of the SOLZone (5km) the feeding areas for birds are designed. Partly within the SBOL, but outside of the SOLZone, the following is carried out: Pogamm to minimize negative impacts of flight traffic on birds (as part of the pogamm 120 hectares of meadows through a mowing regime adapted to the boom times of the birds and, if necessary, debushing); Restoration of small retention areas; Construction of poking nests. The aim of all of these measures is to compensate for and establish proximity and purchase opportunities outside the airport. The aim of the monitoring is to evaluate the aviation traffic impact on the environment (in particular for the bird population). In order to limit the risk of collision with birds, the attactivity of the airport area is combined with the following measures: Frequent mowing of lawns and maintenance of appropriate plant areas; 19th

20 projects to minimize water areas; Access to the airport is restricted by a high net fence that amphibians cannot overcome; In an emergency, capture and devour Tiee; Securing the building from nest building; Damaging the birds by bang and ultrasound methods as well as by birds of prey and dogs; Bird and life surveillance to be able to assess the situation well; Design of proximity areas outside the airport area (over 5 km); From an environmental point of view, waste management is oient; Biodegradable repellants against rainworms and insects. Table 6 gives an overview of the planned bat monitoring. Table 6: Timing and aim of the bat observation (basis: Appendix N. 2 to FFH guideline) Source: OlsztynMazuy Airport Time period of the investigations Extent and timings of the investigations Estes year 2016 Second year 2017 MORTALITY Investigation of the mortality of bats. Detection of dead bats at intervals of at least 5 days, a total of 20 controls 1st April 15th May 15th June 15th July 1st August 1st October 1st April 15th June 15th June 15th July 1st August 1st Octobe ACTIVITY Monitoring the activity of bats in the vicinity of the airfield. Evening and night inspections with recordings in tanks, in which preliminary examinations were carried out. April 1, October 31, October 1, April 31, October 31 There are ongoing protective measures for the groups of amphibians and reptiles: by regular control of fences, maintenance and regular maintenance of gas areas (kuzhalten de vegetation) as well as clearing away from the depths that surmounted the fence these depths are kept fenced from the airport grounds. Through the measures mentioned, potential prey and thus also large mammals are kept out of the airport area. According to the Polish delegation, there is a particular interest in exchanging information on the above-mentioned respiratory protection measures and with a view to expanding the airport in a meaningful and natural way. However, this is not yet foreseeable in terms of time. From an economic and regional development perspective, an expansion is desired, especially to promote the tourism development of the region (source: OlsztynMazuy Airport). 20th

21 Nature conservation and environmental management projects: The approach of Munich airport Fau Julia Gotzle, employee in the environmental department of Munich airport, presented the development of the airport in Edinge Moos into a bird sanctuary. This was expelled in 2008 in particular because of the large numbers of Goßem Bachvogel and Kiebitz, who settled in the area around the Stat and runway after the airport was built. Fau Gotzle went into detail on the planning concepts for respiratory protection measures and the management of the compensation areas. There are 350 hectares of this in the vicinity of the airport. Particularly interesting were the observations on the various mowing regimes on the green areas, the bird strikes and the participation of the population during the planning phase for 3. Stat and Runway (SLB). For the 3rd SLB there is currently the legal approval for building 3, however, the city of Munich has vetoed the implementation of the decision after the execution of a bow decision. The bailiffs of the city of Munich had voted against the building of the 3rd SLB by a majority. The total area of ​​the airport within the airport fence is approx. Hectares, of which approx. 940 hectares are green areas. The so-called airport meadows, which have an area of ​​approx. 658 hectares, are of great ecological importance. A total of 60% of the airport area is green and 40% of the area is sealed. Over 350 ha of compensation areas had to be created in the course of the airport construction and exist outside the airport fence fot. The area of ​​responsibility of the environmental department includes the following areas: Accompaniment of the legal process for the 98th amendment plan approval decision (ÄPFB) in all nature protection and environmentally relevant issues of taxes, monitoring and implementation of general requirements for nature and respiratory protection (general execution of requirements), in particular for the 98th ÄPFB (3rd SLB) Accompanying the plan change process for all nature protection, data protection and environmentally relevant topics, taxes and co-ordination obligations, all nature protection and data protection-relevant requirements Anspechpatne fromehmlich for status protection and data protection-relevant requirements / gemien or z. B. Nature protection areas Strategic development of the nature protection area including ecology and environmental awareness Commitment in the areas of science and research Support in environmental and nature protection concepts The following EU decisions and real rules for biodiversity and respiratory protection are taken into account at Munich Airport: EU Biodivesity Convention (1976) Washington Convention 1997) EU Bird Protection Directive (1979) FaunaFloa Habitat Directive (1992) 3 judgment of the BayVGH of February 19, 2014, file number 8 A,, 40051, 40053, 40055, 40057, 40059, 40061, 40064; 8 A

22 Federal Nature Protection Act (BNatSchG, 1976) Bayeisches Naturchutzgesetz (BayNatSchG, 2011) In particular, there are access bans for killing, destruction, disruption or removal of specially protected and certain other plants and plants (44 para. 1 BNatSchG) with strictest rules 7 BNatSchG). Biotope protection (30 BNatSchG, At. 16 BayNatSchG) and the ban on degradation in protected areas (33, Paragraph 1 BNatSchG) are also of particular importance for structural measures at the airport. Habitats in FFH areas and bird protection areas must be subject to FFH safety assessments (34 para. 15 BNatSchG). The bird sanctuary Nödliches Edinge Moos Ecological and faunistic surveys as part of the planning for the 3rd stat and runway (2006/2007) revealed significant occurrences of bird occurrences on the airport meadows and in the surrounding area. The northern Edinge Moos therefore represents an ecologically high-quality habitat for birds and had to go to At. 4 Para. 1 and 2 of the EU Birds Directive are designated as a European bird sanctuary. The basis for the designation of the Nödliches Edinge Moos bird sanctuary is the high quality of the biotope and the numerous occurrences of the giant brook bird. This bird sanctuary has existed since July 2008 and is of national importance for the preservation of avian open and semi-open low-mool landscapes. Its size amounts to hectares, of which approx. Hectares are owned by Flughafen München GmbH (see Figure 3). City of Feising Figure 3: Overview map of Munich Airport Source: Munich Airport Outside the airport fence in Edinge Moos, the bird sanctuary contains various types of land use and intensities: Former low-level complexes with intensively used fields and intensive grassland, 22

23 Pojektn Wet to alternately humid extensive meadows, reed-willow complexes, Gossseggeniede, small and discharge waters, different levels of landings, consecration, Gäben and brooks, raw soil dominated filling and deportation areas, mageas as well as alluvial forest trees, woody trees and forests, small trees with hedgerows. Leisure time and recreational use, Vekehswege. Inside the airport fence on the airport meadows you will find open, spacious and extensively cultivated grassland, with traffic routes (stat and runway, taxiways), dams and drainage gates, meager meadows and wet wet areas. These offer an optimal habitat quality for meadow bushes with few disturbances (service dogs are not allowed to be run out) as well as no cutting through trees. Natural enemies (foxes) are kept away by the fence or caught with live traps. The aircraft fire is not particularly annoying to the birds. When the lapwing (Vanellus vanellus) was recorded in 2015, 191 butpaae were counted within the airport fence. Initially, lapwing lived on wet meadows, but today, in the course of adapting to the deformed landscape, mostly on fields. Ih Butefolg is endangered in Bayen outside of protected areas by intensive landscaping, lack of wet spots and dense vegetation on intensive meadows. When the giant brook bird (Numenius aquata) was recorded in 2015, 76 butpaae were counted within the airport fence. De Goße Bachvogel is threatened with extinction in Bayen according to Red List Category 1. There are now around 400 Butpaae in all of Bayen. Over 95% of the entire stock of brook birds in the bird sanctuary is located inside the airport fence on the airport meadows. Regular surveys of the corncrake (Cex cex) have also been carried out on the airport meadows for many years. Its population numbers can fluctuate from year to year, which means that flexible handling of the corncrake population is necessary. Since the low season does not extend into August, the summer high average is carried out as late as possible in the year (as far as flight safety is possible). Each year, an individually coordinated sequence at de Mahd de Flugbetiebsflächen takes into account the Vokommen of the Corn Crake. For projects and measures, the bird sanctuary basically means restrictions on times outside the low season. At de Mahd, however, the security of air traffic must be taken into account. In the case of construction projects, data-specific compensatory measures are to be created, which are often linked to strict conditions (monitoring over mehee years, obligation to confess, proof of compliance, etc.). Often, ecological construction supervision for monitoring aspects relevant to data protection is essential. Avoiding bird strikes To avoid bird strikes, a special biotope management system is used, the so-called long gas management. The mowing is now twice a year, with the effect that heavy birds and spongy birds avoid these areas (except for security reasons, transmission zones, Vofeldbeeich, which are adjacent to taxiways and runways). The mowing of the areas takes place outside the Butzeit de Miesenbüte. Long gas cultivation with coordinated Mahdtunus (summer high cut / rock cut) creates ideal conditions for soil flowering. Through 23

24 bird strike projects the removal spot for mowing material is removed from the soil (development goal Mage / Tockenasen) and the areas maintain a high ecological wetness in the long term. In addition, a special soil structure helps to keep geifbirds (mice) at the feeding depths. In this way, the goals of biotope management (flight safety, bird strike reduction and bird protection) can be united. In addition, there is a hazard zone concept to avoid bird strikes with protective measures. The concept differentiates between green, yellow and dead zones depending on the number and size of the birds available. With the help of these measures, the bird strike rate (number of bird strikes per arrival and departure) at Munich Airport is well below the German average, as Figure 4 shows. Year Figure 4: Comparable bird strike rates Source: Munich Airport The planned 3rd stat and runway The ditte stat and runway has had a long history since its resolution: 2005 AR decision, establishment of the Nachbaschaftsbeiat 2006 Submission of documents for spatial planning procedures 2007 Planning approval / submission of planning approval by the government von Obebayen 2008 environs fund: EUR 100 million 2008/09 elimination semin (59 increase days) 2010 update / amendment of the application documents 2011 Plan approval decision of July 5th, decision of June 17, 2012, final decision of the BayVGH 2013/14 verbal negotiation (41 days of application) 2014 promulgation a decision of the BayVGH on February 19th

25 projects The planned state and runway is located within the bird sanctuary and is therefore subject to the ban on corruption in accordance with At. 13 c para. 1 BayNatSchG. However, the decision is required for compelling reasons of the prevailing public interest and there is no reasonable alternative. Aside from other structural measures implemented (e.g.Construction of the satellite, vofelde, soil filter, etc.) have shown over a long period of time that no negative effects on the bird populations are to be expected from building lumber and other building activities. The main thing to be observed is a covering of habitats, compensatory measures or measures to ensure coherence are important. (Intervention: approx ha; compensation: approx. 906 ha, of which approx. 324 ha are measures to ensure coherence, e.g. in the form of meadow bushes ), Gauamme (Embeiza calanda), mainly on new airport meadows around the 3rd station and runway, cultivation of the new airport meadows analogous to the existing meadows, extensive grassland reclamation, re-watering of meadows and creation of hollows on areas outside the airport area. Avoidance and minimization measures (exemplary): Removal / demolition of buildings with potential quatie properties for small bat bat (Myotis mystacinus), Zweg bat (Pipistellus pipistellus) and / or rough-skin bat (Pipistellus nathusii) as well as for birds roaming in buildings in the time from / 29.2 . (after ascertaining the absence of the named groups of animals), catching and binding of the Bibes, removal and planting of the stock of the Giant Wiesenknopf (Sanguisoba officinalis) and the blues of the Dark Meadow Button (Maculinea nausithous), execution of particularly disturbance-intensive work in oaks with protective stocks, potentially sensitive de Butalbtote aussial de Butalbtote Southern runway, which efodenes an increased truck volume, only outside the low periods of Gauamme (Embeiza calanda) and Big brook bird (Numenius aquata) as well as the presence of the big brook bird, interception of sand lizards (Laceta agilis) and Vebingen on the intermediate holding area. In spite of minimization and avoidance measures, Veluste would kill off national or European protected sites. Examples of compensatory measures with special relevance for the protection of respiratory protection: Installation of nest boxes and aids: various bird birds, especially barn owl (Tyto alba), avoidance of disruptive work in the low season and installation of fast protective fences: various bird birds, especially corncrake (Cex cex), 25

26 projects creation of wet biotopes and watering systems: various ties and plants, e.g. Chilling selleie (Apium epens), swamp gladiolus (Gladiolus palustis), calamari (Pediculais sceptumcaolinum), swallow lily (Iis spec), bird ape (Coenagion onatum), removal and binding of forage plants including eggs, to suitable target areas: Meadow knot Protective vaulting during the construction period (fences, securing water supply, construction site restrictions) with removal, intermediate storage, resettlement: Kiechende Selleie (Apium epens), Swamp gladiolus (Gladiolus palustis), Kalszepte (Pediculais sceptumcaolinum), persistent flax (Linum peenne). Breath protection measures using the example of the corncrake: conversion and creation of habitats and erection of a protective fence to protect existing habitats, development of wet meadows with oak trees, maintenance of partial areas as chewing areas with a cut every year from the beginning of August to create corncock habitats, leaving or planting of individual shrubs, construction of one Protective fence to minimize disruptions (potential) king quail breeding grounds. Practice shows that the airport and nature can coexist and that both can develop in a responsible cooperation (source: Munich Airport). 26

27 Environmental Management Projects at Munich Airport He Matin Heiss presented the operational environmental management at Munich Airport clearly and emphasized how important it is to involve the employees and the management level in this process. Corporate environmental management lives from the fact that everyone has the idea for lunch and is attentive to their respective area and incorporates their ideas to improve resource consumption and other environmental concerns. E elucidated the procedure of the EMAS certification process in detail and illustrated it with the help of several examples (waste paper, energy consumption, water consumption, etc.). Environmental management (including requirements management and environmental projects) is a broad area of ​​the environmental department at Munich Airport in addition to lam protection, climate / air / soil, water economy and ecology / nature protection / environmental awareness. The tasks include the planning, control and further development of the environmental management, e.g. certification of FMG since 2005, support of the subsidiary companies Allesto and Kempinski Hotel since 2007, certification of aeogate and Cagogate certification of planning and implementation of environmental protection projects since 2011, communication of environmental knowledge and training, management of environmental activities and events Support for public relations Environmental management systems (EMAS and ISO 14001) Avoidance of environmental pollution Simultaneously cost savings Legal security Minimization of liability risks Employee participation Environmental management systems are certified by an external, independent expert. A certificate is valid for a maximum of 3 years and there are annual interim audits. 27

28 Project Figure 5: Process de implementation of an environmental management system Source: Munich Airport To document the project process, environmentally relevant processes are described in the form of work and process instructions and an environmental management manual is drawn up, which must be made accessible to all employees. At the end there is the public environmental declaration, which must be adhered to. The measures for the measures program are, among other things, processed by the employees. It is important that everyone can contribute their ideas. The final measures program includes e.g. Measures in the areas of resource consumption, energy consumption, solid matter, heating / cooling / air conditioning, water / waste water. Examples: 1. Introduction of peconditioned air conditioning systems (PCA): Voklimatisiete Luft is no longer generated with the aircraft's own auxiliary system, saving approx. Tons of CO 2 2. Introduction of recycled paper: Since 2016, recycled paper has been used as print and copy paper according to the Blue Environment Angel from 10 million sheets of fish fiber paper through 7.5 million sheets of recycled paper, 150 tons of wood, 379 MWh of energy saved, corresponds to 19 tons of CO 2 saved from 1.8 million lite of water (source: Munich Airport). 28

29 project management of Natua2000 areas in Germany & environmental planning instruments Maianne Badua from the ventilation office blue! advancing European projects presented the current situation regarding Natua2000 implementation in Germany, as well as various environmental planning instruments, in particular the Bayeische Kompensationsveodnung (BayKompV). In contrast to the EmlandMasuen region, land is particularly scarce in Germany, so that the BayKompV also focuses on qualitative aspects when determining the compensation requirement and not just on a 1: 1 compensation of the surface. Management of Natua2000 areas in Germany Status of implementation and management planning The following table 7 shows the number and proportion of tea tables and main area as well as the total area and the proportion of reported areas of FFH areas in Germany, divided into the federal states: Table 7: Area proportions of FFH areas in German federal states (Source: Federal Office for Nature Conservation, Department of Biotope Protection and Landscape Ecology, FG II 2.2; access:) 29

30 points Comments on Tab. 7: The information in the table is based on the officially transmitted digital standard data sheets from the federal states or, if these are not yet available, on the information from the notification discs from the federal government to the EU Commission. 1. Mudflats, lagoons, sea areas and the area of ​​Lake Constance according to the information provided by the respective federal state 2. Reported share of the teestic area based on the land area of ​​the respective federal state (Statistisches Jahbuch, 2008) or share of the reported area of ​​the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) Germany has a relative low area share compared to the EU countries. On average, in the EU countries (EU28) and 18.12% of the area are designated as Natua2000 area, in Poland the area share is 19.56% (all percentages as of: Access:) Result overview from the national report Germany 2013: With the third national Confession (confession period) according to At. 17 Habitats Directive is for the second time a comprehensive confession about the conservation status of habitat types (LRT) and the Habitats Directive. A total of 192 assessments of the conservation status of the habitat types were carried out over the biogeographic regions relevant for Germany (whereby within one biogeographic region many habitat types appear side by side). The assessment of the state of preservation of the habitat types is based on individual assessments of the specified parameters "area", "area", "specific structures and functions" and "future prospects" (cf. methodology of the national confession, see above). The evaluation of these four parameters follows with the features "favorable" (gün / FV), "unfavorably inadequate" (yellow / u1) or "unfavorably bad" (ot / u2) or with insufficient data as "unknown" (gau / xx) (see Figure 6; source: Nationale Beicht Deutschland 2013, Federal Office for Nature Protection). Figure 6: Assessment of the conservation status of the habitat types in Annex I of the Habitats Directive in the individual biogeogafic regions according to the national Habitats Confession Number of habitat types that are weathered per region: Atlantic: 65, continental: 83, alpine:

In addition to the habitat types, a total of 363 assessments of the conservation status of Aten and 11 assessments of Aten groups were carried out across the biogeographical regions (374 assessments in total), with numerous Aten or Aten groups occurring in many regions. The assessment of the conservation status of de Aten is based on assessments of the individual pairs "Vebeitungsgebiet", "Population", "Habitat" and "Future prospects" (see methodology of the national confession). The four couples are rated as "favorable" (gün / FV), "unfavorably inadequate" (yellow / u1) or "unfavorably bad" (ot / u2) or, in the case of insufficient data, classified as "unknown" (gau / xx). If the collection data is included (reindeer lichen, Bälappe, Tofmoose and Fischaten des Coegonus lavaetusfomenkeises), the following numbers of taxa planted per region result: atlantic: 106, continental: 184, alpine: 84 (see Fig. 7; source: Nationale Confession Germany 2013, Federal Office for National Protection). Figure 7: Assessment of the conservation status de Aten de Annexes II, IV and V of the Habitats Directive (without collection data groups) in the individual biogeogafic regions according to the national FFH confession.

The following Figure 8 gives an overview of the conservation statuses and habitat types of the confessional years 2007 and for both confessions, the groups of species and the individualities of tofmosses, lichens (cladina section), balsam as well des Coegonuslavaetus Fomenkeis not taken into account. Conservation status for the habitat types Conservation status for the Aten Gün: favorable (FV); oange: unfavorably unsuitable (U1); ot: unfavorable bad (U2); gau: unknown (XX) Figure 8: Comparison of the conservation status of LRT and Aten in Germany 2007/2013 Source: Nationale Beicht Deutschland 2013, Federal Office for Nature Protection parted with the two confessions. In 2013, 22 ate were added, which was not confessed in 2007. Some ate have disappeared, especially the tofmosses, lichens (section Cladina) and Bälappe, which in 2013 was confessed as a collective group. In the same way, subalpine bushes (LRT 4080) have been added to the habitat types, whereas in the de-continental region, LRT 2330 and 9120 have been omitted. In addition to actual changes in the state of preservation, a large part of the changes between the confessions in 2007 and 2013 are due to an improved data situation or are methodologically determined. The proportion of protection qualities with an unknown conservation status decreased overall (apart from the Atlantic region). The conservation status of Aten and habitats could in 2007 due to missing data partly. There was no advertising, while the data situation had greatly improved by 2013, above all due to the introduction of the nationwide FFH monitoring and the integration of data from the federal forest inventory

33 Pojektn habitat types In the habitat types there are 13 affected habitats (see table below) with actual changes in the state of preservation by at least one level, excluding deterioration. There are six types of Daunte that are dependent on sustainable grassland use or biotope maintenance (e.g. hay meadows, inland dunes, heaths). Far more falls form coastal habitats. Table 8: Actual changes in the conservation status of FFH habitat types in Germany in 2013 compared to 2007 Source: Nationale Beicht Deutschland 2013, Federal Office for Nature Protection 33

34 Landscape conservation and management projects by the Landschaftspflegeveband (LPV) Feising: Functioning of the LPV and implementation examples Matthias Maino, managing director of the Landschaftspflegeveband (LPV) Feising (founded in 1991), presented a number of examples from the current work of the LPV on compensation areas in his vote . In addition, He Maino heralded the conceptual approach to the participation of landowners and municipalities in the nature protection work, the possibilities of generating additional income for land owners / use from the landscape maintenance as well as the important aspects in the communication with the land use. In connection with the construction of the airport and other infrastructural measures, there is an epobtes Vefahen in Germany / Bayen for the determination of compensation and replacement measures. The process flow can be summarized as follows: 1. Application of the Investos for the implementation of the measure (e.g. building plan, plan approval process, etc.) 2. Edition of the Unteen Natuschutzbehöde (UNB) Feising to an intervening veusache to calibrate an ecological goal 3. Ventilation by LPVFeising at de Area brokerage 4. Presentation of a proposal with the first cost estimate 5. Coordination with UNB and intervention agency 6. Conferencing the intervention agency to submit a draft, including exact cost calculation 7. Consultation of the intervention agency for the assessment of measures by the LPVFeising 8. Ecological site management by the LPVFeising with de UNB = crediting of the measure to the eco-account 10. Oganisation de development care together with Einiffsveusache and Landwiten De Landschaftspflegeveband Feising (LPVFS) appears as a vemittle between the Einiffsveusache, the Landwit and de Unteen Natuschutzbehöde (UNB). The intervention veusache needs a statement from the UNB for his building project, which specifies the ecological goal and requirements for compensation and destruction of ate and living space. The LPVFS is looking for land and areas which, if the UNB gives a positive opinion, can be sold to the intervention agency and used as ecological compensation areas. Advantageous in this process are the good knowledge of the LPVFS, which helps with the optimal positioning of the areas in an ecological network and increases the availability of the property as well as the acceptance of the measure. Before the stat it is important to check the acceptance of the land by the Landwiten. It should be avoided to convert good agricultural sites into a biotope, although bad sites are available. The question also needs to be clarified as to whether the ecological goal of this area is primarily eeichba and whether it is in line with the goals of the overall living area. In the next step, the intervention officer asks the LPVFS to coordinate with the authorities and to prepare a cost estimate and a planning voentwuf with the aim of obtaining all the necessary official permits. In addition, the intervention agency commissions a planning office with the detailed planning, which, together with the provision of the compensation area with the UNB 34

35 projects must be coordinated. The LPVFS can effectively draw up a proposal based on its knowledge and coordinate with the authorities, as well as set an ealistic cost framework and assign detailed planning to suitable plans. It is based on the Aten and biotope protection pogam Bayen for the respective region (hie: Feising) and the landscape management concept Bayen as a planning basis as well as on long-term experience from de pactic landscape management. During the implementation of the construction measure, the intervention agency commissions an execution company or a self-help organization (e.g. mechanical engineering) and, in the best case scenario, entrusts the ecological construction management to the LPVFS? This knows, among other things, suitable donation biotopes, the seeds from de Mahd can be used for the ecological compensation area or organized agricultural areas and, if necessary, excavation to carry out a measure. Good knowledge of the available agricultural areas help to save costs (especially in the case of editing) as well as in the use of the surface for soil cultivation of agricultural fields. A good knowledge of habitat types favors a quick implementation of the measure through short distances and the use of autochthonous seeds. In the construction management, the LPVFS uses a special billing program (landscape maintenance application program) and billing form as well as recording formulas for floa and fauna. After the installation, the incident reports the result of the ecological compensation area to the UNB. In the course of an inventory of Ot, the LPVFS exercises the final acceptance and the so-called production maintenance (e.g.until the growth of the area is stable by the desired vegetation). When the ecological goal is calibrated, the measure is approved by the UNB, after which the intervention report reports the compensation area to the ecological land register in Kulmbach. A good knowledge of floa and fauna helps the LPVFS with the exact definition of the ecological goal, the exact description of the measures (use of machines, autochthonous seeds) and the exact definition of the required development time and development maintenance. The LPVFS acquires precise knowledge of the changes in the area with regard to floa, fauna, water balance and compares the result with reference areas in other project areas (source: Landschaftspflegeveband Feising). 35

36 Projects Regional Marketing and Landscape Management: Project Examples Anita Schmidleitne from the Blue Breathing Office! advancing European pojects heralded various regional marketing initiatives from the Feising and Bayen area, which either distribute ecologically produced food or generally sustainable products or products from conventional and ecological agriculture, which must also correspond to a kite's catalog for regionally produced food. Another example was the packaging of tax fruit. All of these marketing initiatives serve the regional market in the Goßaum Munich ode Nünbeg. In the discussion it became clear that, above all, the acceptance of products must be ensured so that Landwite can decide on such a procedure. In EmlandMasuen, such a sales market can only function seasonally for tourism, since the constant number of customers is too small. Fau Gochowalska confessed that she had already tried to open a health food store, but due to a lack of customer interest, the store had to close again. TAGWERK Ezeugund VebaucheGenossenschaft TAGWERK is an EzeugGenossenschaft based in the Goßaum Munich, which pursues the goal of regional marketing of biologically certified food. In doing so, witnesses (Gätne, Landwite, Imke) and processing companies (bakers, cheese, butchers) are included as members of the cooperative. In addition, everyone can actively participate, either as a member of the Födeveein (annual contribution 66, reduced 33) or the cooperative (one-time share 200). The TAGWERK cooperative takes care of the logistics from the witnesses to the resale, such as B. Organic supermarkets, vegetable boxes, market stands, etc. In addition, there is a separate network of TAGWERK shops, farm shops, butchers and bakers, all of which are members of the cooperative. The individual companies are privately organized. TAGWERK is a protected make. If we want to use the brand name TAGWERK and the logo, we have to be a member of the cooperative and one of the ecological cultivation associations and have to comply with the TAGWERK committee. De Födeveein TAG WERK e.v. is a non-profit organization responsible for public relations and communication. De Veein finances itself through membership fees and project funding (source: access:). Figure 9: Structure of the TagwekGenossenschaft Source: Access:

37 TAGWERK Biometzgeei projects The purpose of the TAGWERK Biometzgeei, which was built in-house, is to vewiklight the principle of a closed operating circuit. Here everything is in one place: the stable, the slaughter, the laying out and the processing. The depths come exclusively from TAGWERKBau in the region, have a short approach and spend the last few days on the TAGWERK organic farm next to the butcher's egg. Without long tanspots, without fear and stress for the depths, everything happens calmly and without loud noises. The butcher's egg relies on sustainable energy concepts and tanspaenz in order to make this model accessible to the general public (source: access:). Eco-model regions The eco-model regions are a component of the state pogam BioRegio 2020 from the Bavarian state government. The aim of this program is to double the organic production in Bayen by the year the demand for organic food is to be met in future from regional production. The 12 state-recognized eco-model regions, which were honored in a competition, should answer the following questions: How can the increasing demand for organically produced foods be met from domestic production? How can the awareness of the consumption of regional circulatory systems and local food be strengthened? How can ecological agriculture become attractive in a community association for Bavarian Landwite and offer them a perspective? The authorities for rural development fund project management in the eco-model regions to 75 percent. The municipalities receive technical support from the Competence Center for Organic Farming at the Bayeische Landesanstalt für Landwitschaft (LfL) and the State Association for Organic Farming in Bayen e.v. (LVÖ) and the organic farming associations (Bioland, Natuland, Demete, Biokeis). The main areas of activity of the eco-model regions are: Strengthening of the rural area and the identification of perspectives for the built-up landscape Bio in de community cultivation Awareness raising for egional, tanspaente cycles in organic farming Awareness raising regarding the importance of the consumption of organic food and products from the region. 37

38 Projects Sustainable Tourism The Initiative Ecological Tourism in Euopa (Ö.T.E.) e.v. gives the following recommendations (source: access): 1. Determination of goals and strategies of sustainability in the tourism concept 2. Alignment of the tourism offer on the quality and sophistication of nature and the environment 3. Promotion and implementation of cooperative processes 4. The heaps of climate change and climate change Countering the protection of resources 5. Development and promotion of creative and environmentally friendly mobility concepts 6. Consideration of environmental and nature conservation issues 7. Responsible action within organizational structures TAGWERK is dedicated to the topic of sustainable tourism through its own travel offers and the mediation of suitable accommodations. The cooperative operates its own eco hotel in Dofen (source: access:). Lenot Bauenhof In the project initiated by TAGWERK, the cooperative exercises the role between fiefs and farms. TAGWERK works on project proposals according to the instructions of the respective teaching plan as teaching units, offers photo training and assistance in preparation and follow-up for teaching staff and landwives, organizes visits to landwives in schools and advises on issues of insurance protection and liability. Some city children come into contact with Tieen on a farm for the first time and develop an understanding of the origin of the food from the supemakt (source: access:). Feisinge Land Feisinge Land is a regional marketing initiative based in the district of Feising. De Veein was founded in 1999. Five pillars are veteten in it: Kiche, Vebauche, Umweltvebände, Handwek and Landwitschaft. Products from Feisinge Land are sold at member companies as diektvemakte (e.g. sales from the farm and sales areas of member bakeries), or also in REWE Goup sales outlets. If you practice a specially developed RegioApp, further information is provided. Feisinge Land follows set goals of sustainability, which the member companies must adhere to: The company employs up to 100 full-time employees. De Betieb is owned or family-run and offers jobs and / or apprenticeships. The headquarters of the company and the operations of the producing company are in the region. The region of Feisinge Land e.v. includes the city and the district of Feising. Kuze Tanspotwege, no genetic engineering. Unassembled products (monoproducts) come 100% from the Feising region. The processing and production take place in the Feising region. 38

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