Description

When push comes to shove in landscape restoration, you need to be able to identify the appropriate restoration practices for the right context.

Greener.LAND is a web tool that offers you an overview of different interventions on the land. Such interventions can help to restore a landscape in a way that is adapted to the specific use of land (e.g. grazing, arable or natural) and further environmental conditions of your area (e.g. steepness, slope).

Filters let you choose the environmental characteristic of your landscape and narrow down the results.

The description of the interventions is detailed enough to provide you with a technical insight of the contents. Pictures and videos will help you to have a better and more visual understanding of the interventions.

Greener.Land is an initiative of Nature^Squared and SamSamWater.

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