Old, detached, dead parts of a tree or collapsed tree trunks are called Deadwood. Even though it is anything else than dead. A lot of species live on and from deadwood, like woodlice, centipedes, millipedes, larvae of many species of beetles, fungi, bacteria, moss and lichen. Deadwood is important because after many years it decomposes and becomes valuable soil and part of the forest floor. Deadwood is also a necessary habitat  for many species of beetles.

Cooperation "Biodiversity and Environmental Protection

As part of the educational initiative "Biodiversity and Environmental Education", a green lawn was transformed into a colourful, species-rich garden on this site by the pupils of the Längenfeld Primary School and Middle School Nature Park Schools.