(District of Dithmarschen, Schleswig-Holstein)

The reforestation areas are between Welmbüttel and Tellingstedt in the district of Dithmarschen, Schleswig-Holstein / Germany in a conservation area with a total of 105 ha.

Identified by Bund für Naturschutz, a German conservation group, under the code FFH¹ DE 1721-301. An area of existing lowland forest with a unique system of springs and streams. The area is to be protected and expanded in the long term.


(District of Plön, Schleswig-Holstein)

The reforestation area is located in the parish of Lehmkuhlen next to the city of Preetz. Located in the northern foothills of the hilly country of Schleswig-Holstein and previously used for farming, the area is adjacent to the 50 hectare Lehmkuhlen Arboretum listed on the historic register.


(District of Bad Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein)

The Aukamp reforestation area is located in the district of Bad Segeberg west of the parish of Seedorf and the Seedorfsee and south of the Stocksee lakes. The Eutin national forest is nearby.

Stocksee lake (in the Little Switzerland region of Holstein) is partially located in the conservation area Mittlere Stocksee.


(District of Steinburg, Schleswig-Holstein)

The afforestation area, a former pasture and arable land, is located about 500 meters northwest of the center of Kellinghusen and is about 1km away from the sturgeon.

Groß Niendorf

(District of Bad Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein)

The former pasture and arable land is located 1km west of Groß Niendorf. The village of Groß Niendorf is just south of Bad Segeberg about 40 km north of the city limits of Hamburg.


(District of Pinneberg, Schleswig-Holstein)

Ellerbek borders Hamburg-Schnelsen and Bönningstedt to the east and Rellingen to the south and west. The Moorgraben, Mühlenau and Beek flow through the community. In the 1970s, the Beek and Mühlenau were canalised and barrages were installed in order to regulate the water level. These barrages were then replaced by rock ramps during the course of renaturation work in Ellerbek so that the water’s fish could move more freely. Three parcels of land, located between Krönkampsweg and the Gooswischgraben river in the south, were also afforested.