The nature park promotes the sustainable regional development. The tasks span from preserving the regional biological diversity all the way to maintaining the local cultural landscape. The special scenic beauty and rich cultural heritage of the region form the basis for recreation and experiencing nature. The nature park preserves and creates infrastructures, which benefit the recreation of locals and guests. The quality in the field of environmental education and visitor information in the region is to be upgraded in conjunction with further partners. This aims to create awareness for the appreciation of the homeland and its heritage also in future generations. In doing so, the nature park work is based on the five equally important pillars: preservation of nature & landscape, tourism/recreation, education/environmental education, research, regional development.
The following principles are incorporated when implementing the target strategies:
- Principle of sustainability: i.e. measures are planned and implemented in such a way that future generations have the same opportunities for development.
- Principle of participation by the population: is to be allowed for as far as possible in all measures.
- Using public relations, awareness is raised for the measures/initiatives.