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Main principle

 

The main principle of nature management on the fund's properties is non-intervention. Biotic conditions should generally be left to self-regulating processes without human intervention. There are no defined endpoints for vegetation types or species on the fund's properties.

If the abiotic framework conditions are so heavily modified that the course of the natural processes is severely impaired, one-off or short-term manipulations may be necessary and acceptable. Heavy nutrient enrichment through agricultural utilization may require short-term effort aimed at extracting nutrients. 

Access, dissemination, research and the recreational use of the Fund's premises are part of the Fund's purpose. Access and use must at all times be done on the grounds of nature, and must be adapted on an ongoing basis to the nature that may occur on the Fund's areas.

Nature is regularly observed on the fund's properties