Description of solution
The upland moor Schönramer Filz is located south of the community of Petting and with more than 500 ha one of the largest upland moors in southern Bavaria. The first restoration measures took place in the 70s with the damming of the moor lake. In the 90s, further peat cuttings were dammed up. The resulting basins show good restoration approaches today. For the future, it is planned to gradually convert the spruce stands, which are foreign to the site, into birch-pine stands with black alder. Other tree species, especially the Scots pine, will be taken from the mountain pine areas. Re-wetted areas, on which new peat moss growth begins, will be completely cleared in order to ensure unhindered moor development. In the medium term, it is planned to flatten some of the basins in the peripheral areas in order to promote peat moss development.Around the moor lake there is a moor experience path, which is maintained and increasingly expanded.