The Arbeitsgemeinschaft Geobotanik in Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg is a non-profit, scientific organisation that is involved in research into flora, vegetation and fungi.
The state capital of Kiel has set itself the task of promoting biodiversity through ecologically optimised forest management.
The State Office for the Environment and for Agriculture and Sustainable Rural Development ensures that the diversity, beauty and culturell uniqueness of our landscape are sustainably protected.
The private Naturschutz-Stiftung works in close partnership with local associations and organisations to preserve valuable habitats and their plant and animal species.
The Schleswig-Holstein State Forests manages 50,000 hectares of forest in Schleswig-Holstein and manages them sustainably and in a near-natural way according to strict ecological and social standards with forest certification according to FSC(R) and PEFC TM.
With its biotope network, the Stiftung Naturschutz Schleswig-Holstein is developing a green infrastructure for the conservation of biodiversity and the realisation of biological climate protection goals. It opens up the foundation's land to visitors and offers a wide range of nature experiences.
For around 60 years, the Mykologische AG Schleswig-Holstein has been mainly responsible for the mapping and documentation of fungi in Schleswig-Holstein.
This project is funded by the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation with resources from the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection.