The “Reeds for Life - Lebendige Röhrichte” receives 60% of its funds from the European programme Nature and Biodiversity, which focusses on funding the NATURA 2000 areas.
The Ministry for the Environment, Agriculture, Nature Conservation and Consumer of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia has contributed 36% of the costs.
Further funding comes from Kleve District, the Dyke Association Bislich-Landesgrenze, the Hit Environmental Foundation, the Stöckmann Foundation and the Nature Conservation Centre in Kleve District.
The project is funded by the LIFE Programme of the European Union.
Lebendiges Röhricht - Blaukehlchen und Co.
Exkursion und Vortrag im Rahmen des LIFE-ProjektesMore