The landscape conservation association Zschopau-/Flöhatal wants to improve the living conditions for bumblebees, butterflies and wild bees with a project. A company from Weißbach goes along
The landscape conservation association Zschopau-/Flöhatal wants to improve the living conditions for bumblebees, butterflies and wild bees with a project. A company from Weißbach sets a good example. Electrical devices and control cabinets are actually Rainer Hollnagel's thing. The managing director of the Weißbach-based company Flexiva has also devoted himself to lawn pavers and plants over the past three weeks. “Everything is designed so that we produce ecologically. This includes giving nature its space,” he describes the company philosophy, which now also includes an island of life in addition to the e-charging station and heat pump. This is the new company car park, which, thanks to an initiative by the Zschopau-/Flöhatal landscape conservation association, not only offers space for 46 cars,
"They found the door open to us," says Hollnagel about the project for which Yvonne Scholz is primarily responsible at the Pobershau club. For a year she has been trying to get in touch with municipalities, companies and citizens to draw attention to her concerns. Funding can be obtained from the Leader region Zwönitztal / Greifensteine. But the money is not absolutely necessary.
"In principle, everyone can do something to improve the habitat for butterflies, bumblebees and wild bees," says the project worker: "It would be a step forward if some green spaces were no longer mowed five or six times a year, but maybe only two Mal." But that's where the problem lies, because many people can't stand wild