Credit: Robert Bauernhansl
|Event:||Deep Space LIVE: Naturally Linz – What grows where and why: Meadow
|Date:||THU May 17, 2018, 7 PM–8 PM
|Price:||3 € per person or valid museum ticket|
|Hint:||Reservations under 0732.7272.51 or email@example.com recommended|
Meadows are important components of the local cultural landscape. Without regularly recurring maintenance in the form of mowing, they cannot exist. This means that meadows are not really “natural” biotopes, but are shaped by humans. The presentation, given by Friedrich Schwarz, vegetation ecologist and director of the Botanical Garden and the Natural History Station Linz, deals with the diversity, beauty and endangerment of this habitat. The history of meadows is explained as well as the different types of meadows and their characteristic plant species.