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Learning space in nature

Tiny Forests promote biodiversity

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Tiny Forests create near-natural ecosystems that provide a home for a colourful variety of mammals, birds, insects, fungi, lichens and microorganisms. A study by Wageningen University (WENR) in 2017 found an average of 18 times more biodiversity in Tiny Forests than in comparable conventional forests. In 2019, citizen scientists trained by WENR discovered a total of 595 different animal and plant species in seven different Tiny Forests.

What are the effects?

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Connection to nature

Tiny Forests promote biodiversity

Tiny Forests create near-natural ecosystems that provide a home for a colourful variety of mammals, birds, insects, fungi, lichens and microorganisms. A study by Wageningen University (WENR) in 2017 found an average of 18 times more biodiversity in Tiny Forests than in comparable conventional forests. In 2019, citizen scientists trained by WENR discovered a total of 595 different animal and plant species in seven different Tiny Forests.

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promoting social cohesion

Tiny Forests promote biodiversity

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Tiny Forests create near-natural ecosystems that provide a home for a colourful variety of mammals, birds, insects, fungi, lichens and microorganisms. A study by Wageningen University (WENR) in 2017 found an average of 18 times more biodiversity in Tiny Forests than in comparable conventional forests. In 2019, citizen scientists trained by WENR discovered a total of 595 different animal and plant species in seven different Tiny Forests.

20210724_193235.jpg

Learning space in nature

Tiny Forests promote biodiversity

Tiny Forests create near-natural ecosystems that provide a home for a colourful variety of mammals, birds, insects, fungi, lichens and microorganisms. A study by Wageningen University (WENR) in 2017 found an average of 18 times more biodiversity in Tiny Forests than in comparable conventional forests. In 2019, citizen scientists trained by WENR discovered a total of 595 different animal and plant species in seven different Tiny Forests.

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BIODIVERSITY

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Tiny Forests create near-natural ecosystems that provide a home for a colourful variety of mammals, birds, insects, fungi, lichens and microorganisms. A study by Wageningen University (WENR) in 2017 found an average of 18 times more biodiversity in Tiny Forests than in comparable conventional forests. In 2019, citizen scientists trained by WENR discovered a total of 595 different animal and plant species in seven different Tiny Forests.

Tiny Forest - A trademark

To ensure that the forests bearing the name Tiny Forest actually fulfil their ideological principles, the name Tiny Forest has been registered by the IVN as a registered trademark ®. Further information can be found on their website.

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