Bavaria: Three years after bee requests, 80 percent implemented

Munich (dpa / lby) - Three years after the bee referendum, the state government has completed 80 percent of the work orders for species protection, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and the Environment.

Bavaria: Three years after bee requests, 80 percent implemented

Munich (dpa / lby) - Three years after the bee referendum, the state government has completed 80 percent of the work orders for species protection, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and the Environment. "We are looking back on three years of top-level species protection," said Environment Minister Thorsten Faithr (free voters) on Thursday. "We want to stop the loss of species in Bavaria." Agriculture Minister Michaela Kaniber (CSU) emphasized that Bavaria is a leader in organic farming.

The ÖDP, which is not represented in the state parliament, the Greens, the Bund Naturschutz, the Landesbund für Vogelschutz and their supporters initiated the referendum "Save the Bees" in 2019, originally against the resistance of the state government and the farmers' association. Due to the record participation, the CSU and Freie Wahler then gave up their resistance, accepted the draft law of the request and wrote an accompanying law.

"We want to draw thriving ribbons through Bavaria," explained Glauber. The implementation of the planned biotope network has therefore been largely implemented. The goal of integrating ten percent of the open land into the biotope network will probably be achieved this year - "open land" is areas that are not built on and not wooded.

The area in contractual nature conservation - which is taken over by the farmers - has increased from 90,000 hectares in 2018 to a good 140,000 hectares. The goal is 180,000 hectares, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, more than 25,000 farmers are now involved.

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