The Middle Oker Water Maintenance Association in Braunschweig plans the renaturation of the Schunter in Rühme. By the end of 2020, the river will be transformed back into a semi-natural habitat - with the help of Volkswagen Financial Services.
Management Board Chairman Lars Henner Santelmann made the following statement at the launch of the project: "We have felt closely associated with the objective of nature conservation for many years. We are now delighted that the Schunter project will enable us to make a significant contribution towards preserving biodiversity in our own home region." Volkswagen Financial Services – together with NABU, Germany's oldest and largest nature protection organization – have already been devoting themselves to the preservation of the natural environment for many years. As a result of this work, numerous moorland areas have been protected in both national and international projects since 2009 and restored to their natural state and purpose through renaturalization measures. Volkswagen Financial Services are supporting the project, which is funded by the NBank in Lower Saxony, with the sum of EUR 340,000.
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