The "Thüringeti" is located on the northern edge of the Thuringian Forest on a high plateau around the municipality of Crawinkel. Where previously only moderate grain yields were achieved, juicy green now thrives. Thüringeti is the largest wild pasture project in the federal state and has covered 2700 hectares since 2004. Horses, cattle, sheep, goats and donkeys live here all year round in the open air. In 2007, biologists investigated the pastureland of the Thüringeti and the result was a sensation: the project resulted in the colonisation of about 2500 animal and plant species, which are often documented on the Red List of Threatened Species.
The first version of this film was produced for the MDR and was 2014 with the Thuringian Nature Conservation Award of the Free State of Thuringia. Since 2004, the company has been certified as organic and a member of the Biokreis e.V.. Tourism offers, conferences, nature and species conservation measures, healthy food, clean water and the vocational training of young people for agriculture are the company's contributions to regional development.
You will find the following films on the DVD:
"The Thüringeti" (40 min.)
Learn everything about the origin and history of the unique hedgerow and karst landscape of the Thüringeti on the Ohrdrufer Muschelkalkplatte.
"On safari with Michael Succow" (15 min)
Accompany the renowned biologist and conservationist Prof. Michael Succow on a discovery tour through Thuringia!
In one media
Length: 40 min and 15 min