Some information for your tree sponsorship:
* For your tree sponsorship, two new forests with over
13,000 deciduous trees have been planted in Lower Saxony, Germany. The
plantation is at the perimeter of the Lüneburg Heath, between the
cities of Bremen and Hanover. As sponsor, you are entitled to know the
precise location of the forest.
* Your sponsorship does not lead to any ownership rights or obligations!
Sponsors obtain rights to visit and access the forest, rights to obtain
information and take photographs. Sponsors must, however, observe the
relevant regulations regarding access to the forest (direct access only
on foot or by bicycle; parking facilities are approx. 1000 metres from
the plantation) as well as all other relevant laws (forest and pathways
ordinances and by-laws, environment regulations, water protection laws,
etc.), e.g. dogs must be kept on a lead, no smoking or fires in the forest,
tents and camping are forbidden.
* You can mark your sponsored tree individually, discretely and in a way
that does not affect the growth of the tree, e.g. by hanging on a small
nameplate. You are not entitled to demand any particular species or variety
of tree or any particular position and/or tree size.
* You will have no claim to compensation if the plantation is totally
destroyed due to force majeure (storm, natural disaster, fire,
Sponsored trees that have to be removed in forest thinning measures (due
at the earliest after 10 to 15 years) will not be replaced. Our goal is
to maintain and preserve all patented trees for as long as possible.
* This sponsorship does not entitle you to any property rights. It cannot
be entered in the land register; it cannot be transferred, bequeathed,
sold or traded,
* An annual project/forest report (in german!) will be issued by e-mail.
Please notify us if you wish to receive this report, and also if you have
any questions or suggestions regarding the project.
The types of trees we
The forest picture diary
Here order your tree sponsorship
More information tree sponsorship
contact: Email to trees4forest
with this email
The projectsides in german