Rough work of the neuseser flober

Rough work of the neuseser flober

It’s a tough job for the neuses flobers under the leadership of chairman edgar dunst every year when the mainflob is assembled at the customs shear. After all, in 2014, over 2000 guests experienced pure floberromantik on the rodach between neuses and landesgartenschaugelande. But even harder is the effort to get new wood for the 20 tonne drive.
Now it was again. In the forest between friedersdorf and buchbach were cut 21 logs of 20 meters each for the mainflob, eleven logs of 15 meters for the frankenwald dome and 15 logs of four meters for boards and squared timber – intended for the floberhutte and the board floor.
The felling of the trees and the cutting of the trunks was entrusted to the head of the forestry office, peter hagemann, and his forestry team, alexander kelle. After the transport to neuses, the time-consuming peeling of the trunks was announced. All in all, the active participants invested several hundred hours in this strenuous work – and this in poor weather conditions. Michael schmidt used his tractor to help the flobers with the shuttering work, making it easier for them to move the logs, which weigh several tons.
Above all, the neuseser flobers were pleased with a donation of wood from the rothenkirchen forestry operation. According to chairman dunst, the most positive aspect is that the rothenkirchen forestry operation of the bavarian state forestry commission has been involved in the "cultural heritage mapping of the frankenwald" for many years together with the local preservationists of the district of kronach, we went in search of historical traces in the state forest.
Special attention has been paid to the preservation of the often centuries-old evidence of flooring. In the slopes of the bachtal valley, for example, the deeply buried logging system that used to be used to transport the logs downhill is still visible. These so called "lets are not driven on with machines today and thus remain recognizable in the future, informed edgar dunst.
Forestry manager peter hagemann (rothenkirchen) does his best to support the activities of the local flora: "flobgraben and flobbache, straightened by previous generations and built with rough craftsmanship, are integrated untouched into biotope protection projects of forestry nature conservation and thus permanently protected. Three rough flob ponds have been preserved in the state forest of the rothenkirchen forestry operation near langenau, rothenkirchen and effelter. Their function as the earliest energy reservoirs in economic history should also be made visible to future generations." That’s why, according to hagemann, the historic facilities are being repaired again and again.
According to forestry manager hagemann, this heritage is only really kept alive by the float associations, whose practical and public-spirited activities go far beyond mere conservation. "The flieber have always been closely connected with the foresters, in the past as an economic community, today in the common effort to make the history of the frankenwald recognizable and tangible. The bavarian state forests are continuing this old tradition, and that is why the rothenkirchen forestry company is pleased to be able to support the neuses floberverein to some extent with a donation of wood. Only those who know their history can meet the challenges of the future", peter hagemann is certain. On behalf of the neuseser flober, edgar dunst thanked the forestry manager for his generous cooperation. After professional storage of the tree giants, a new mainflob with flob hat will be assembled at the end of april, informed the chairman.

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