This year’s little surprise is that the saplings were infected with truffle spores, which means that in a few years, in addition to the fruits of the trees, truffles can be a gourmet snack for the forest’s inhabitants and even for visitors. This year, in addition to sweet chestnuts, the participants also planted Turkish hazelnuts and barkócaberkenye saplings. The remaining part of the seedlings can occupy their new residence in autumn. The already planted saplings are placed on a digital map, and everyone can find their own tree based on GPS coordinates, and later on this map can help professionals monitor the survival rate and growth of the planted saplings.
We are grateful that more and more people and companies are consciously paying attention to the environment, sustainability is important to them, and they are willing to act for this. We hope that cooperation and a conscious attitude will continue in the future, and that more companies and individuals will join the initiative.