Since February 16, 2005, we have been providing expert knowledge on all aspects of forestry and forests. Thanks to nowmore than 2800 articles in four languages, Waldwissen.net has become the most comprehensive online source of information about forests in the German-speaking world. The number of readers has multiplied to 280,000 visitors per month since its launch.
The basic idea is simple: disseminate existing knowledge so that it can be used and applied meaningfully. Although Although there is a lot of expertise in research, this often remains within a limited circle and too rarely finds its way into practice. The four research institutes active in forest research, BFW (Vienna/A), FVA (Freiburg/D), LWF (Freising/D) and WSL (Birmensdorf/CH), together with their partners SBS (Saxony/D), WUH (North Rhine-Westphalia/D), LFE (Brandenburg/D), THF (Thuringia/D) and INRAE (France), therefore bundle their know-how in Waldwissen.net with new contributions every week. The long-standing cross-border cooperation and the constantly growing pool of quality-assured content on forest topics make Waldwissen.net unique.
Because technical development does not stop "at the edge of the forest", Waldwissen.net has been technically optimized for viewing on tablets and smartphones. Central innovations are the search and filter functions, which facilitate research within the comprehensive knowledge pool.
The Waldwissen app will be discontinued because these functions are now integrated into the website. We are looking forward to your feedback and suggestions for the relaunch!