The Danish Nature Conservation Society, Danmarks Naturfredningsforening, is the biggest environmental organisation in Denmark. Since it started in 1911 it has broadened its focus from mainly on nature conservation access, to other issues related to resources and consumption.
The local division, DN Sonderborg, has around 1700 members. You can become one of these members here. However, what caught my eye even more than membership as a first step is the various events they organise through the year. The programme for the whole year for the Sonderborg section can be found here. For easier access we have also listed the ones to June below.
|Winter walk in Rumohrgård Dyrehave
|Spring flower tour in Arnkil Skov
|Trash collection in Sønderborg
|Trash Collection in Nordborg
|Nature care at Trillen
|Frog symphony in Sønderskoven
|Year’s hay harvest by Nygård in Nørreskoven
|Wild flower day at Dybbøl Banke
|Wild flower day at Cathrinesminde
|Nature care at Nygård
Last year we never quite made it to any of the events. However, this year I am sure we will be there. The frog symphony, in particular, sounds quirky enough to really make me want to join! Will we see you there?