Ice and Snow covering the Island

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Islands are in deep hibernation. Ice and snow are covering the vegetation but as soon as spring starts, the plants will grow back and remove efficiently the nutrient from the eutrophicated waters.  

Fox and Otter

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Our floating wetlands became habitats for birds, insects and aquatic animals. The root network removes not only nutrients but  serves also as a shelter for endangered fish species such as the eel. And even FOX & OTTER come together – … Continued

Impact of floating wetlands on E.coli

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Studies in rivers and urban ponds showed that floating wetlands are not only capable of reducing excess nutrients but also bacterial contamination. As a coastal municipality at the Szczecin lagoon repeatedly suffers from high loads of E.Coli bacteria, we installed … Continued

Hotspots for aquatic fauna

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Our floating wetlands in the brackish Darss-Zingst-Bodden-Chain were well adopted as habitats by birds, fish, amphibians, crustacean, molluscs and insects. The large and diverse root network benefits not only nutrient removal capacity but serves also as a shelter and retreat … Continued

Removing nutrients with green technology

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Two Juodkrante islands (Curonian Spit National Park in Lithuania) were harvested in the end of September. It was exciting to find out that island production doubled this year! The total harvest (fresh weight) is 97 kg from Gintaro Bay island … Continued

Flourishing floating islands

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During high season floating installations accelerate plant development at enormous pace. Dense vegetation is more resistant to various factors like wave damage and bird effect. We can state for sure that floating islands enhance habitat and aesthetic value. Check the … Continued

Spring is here and islands awaking

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After installing and planting the islands in spring 2019, we can see how different environmental factors and treatments affect the survival and condition of plants. In Lithuania the most important factors seem to be the inserted plants density, the hydrodynamic … Continued

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