LASK – Trees and Bees
In order to make up for the clearing of the woods that had to make way for their new training campus they planted up to 1200 trees in and around the training complex. All of these trees are local types of woods to give back to the local flora. These newly planted trees are regularly attended to and reforested whenever necessary.
In addition, the club has placed 15 bee colonies and their hives in their own training complex behind the stadium. To support these colonies they set up a biotope and planted ‘bee-friendly’ (with blossoms) shrubs. A local beekeeper is in charge of the cultivation and care of these hives. We sell the harvested honey through our fan shop and the proceeds are given back to the beekeeper in order to reinvest in other local bee colonies.