Take a seat on the benches and discuss the content of the following sentences. Then put the sentences in reasonable order by writing down the appropriate sequence number for each sentence!
Imagine you want to start restoring the mire. Think about what you need to do for that! With the following, some activities related to open-bog restoration can be found in the sentences.
…. When building dams, figure out how to get to and from the mire with your excavator. What are there alternatives to the excavator?
…. Find out and decide if it is necessary to remove the trees as it helps to raise water levels. Think about what to do with the chopped wood!
…. Find out how big the drainage area is.
…. Then start playing “with water” on your computer: click where it is wise to build dams that no more water would flow out of the drained mire.
…. Find out the old maps and communicate with the locals. How did the mire look like 50-100 years ago?
…. Use the hydrological modelling to see how the water moves in the mire.
…. Find out who the landowners are.
…. Explain to people who live in and near this bog – both, as endangered species and ad local people need attention! Whether and how the construction of dams and the water level may affect their life?
…. Talk to all landowners and try to get their approval.