Environment under discussion: Tree planting campaign - We are reforesting!
Neophytes are plants that are not native to our country. Some of them spread in the wild to such an extent that they displace naturally occurring species, others are even harmful to health. The Himalayan balsam, also known as Indian touch-me-not, is fond of spreading along watercourses, roadsides and forest edges. Due to its extremely rapid growth, it poses a threat to the emergence of young trees in the Bludenz forest. With combined forces, however, combating it at the right time is relatively easy. Under expert guidance, weeding can be done on a grand scale. We look forward to many helping hands. Please bring along: Work clothes and gloves.