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Working groups

The involvement of the local population is vital to the sustainable development of the park. Around a hundred people are involved in different working groups, sub-groups and coordinating bodies in Binntal nature park.

Culture and tourism group

Leaders: Siona Lang, E-Mail

Tourism and culture in Binntal nature park must be promoted and expanded if the park is to continue to develop.

Natural and farmed landscape group

Leaders: Barbara Grendelmeier, E-Mail

Binntal nature park has a very rich natural and cultivated landscape, which is of great value in encouraging soft tourism, i.e. environmentally and socially compatible tourism. As park tourism is developed into the future, it is important to care for, protect and preserve this landscape, and to restore and rehabilitate parts of it. The Natural and Farmed Landscape group comprises hunters and tourism professionals, gamekeepers and foresters, a biologist and a landscape architect, an educationalist and a mountaineer. The working group operates as a steering group, giving feedback on the Binntal nature park annual activity programme. It also develops new project ideas and discusses and resolves conflicts of interest regarding the protection and exploitation of the park. Sub-groups are often formed to work on smaller projects.

Agriculture group

Leader: Moritz Schwery, E-Mail

This working group is made up of farmers and representatives from the agricultural education and product development. It pursues the goal of involving agriculture even better in the activities and projects of the Binntal Nature Park. Interfaces are, for example, the networking projects, projects in the area of biodiversity and landscape conservation as well as projects to promote agricultural park products.

Bus alpin group

Leader: Samuel Bernhard, E-Mail

This working group supports the operation of the bus alpin, which provides public transport connections to the tourist destinations of Fäld, Brunnebiel and Breithorn. The working group analyses passenger numbers and costs, reviews and optimises the annual timetable and coordinates communication activities.


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