Description of solution
The mountain pine high moor Ödmoos is located north of the city of Traunstein and covers 16 hectares. After World War I the moor was drained and reforested with spruce and pine. The character of the moor was lost to a large extent. In 1985 the renaturation began. Spruce and pine trees were felled and the drainage channels were closed with natural materials such as wood and peat. Volunteers from the Traunstein district group of the Bund Naturschutz continue to regularly remove disturbing spruce, birch, Scots pine and alder buckthorn, which counteract the development of the moor.