We have decided to do this year’s monitoring of project results on bicycles! We had good fortune in the form of a beautiful indian summer and the newly restored pastures were still beautifully green. In contrast to the surrounding “naked” fields, pastures in this country seemed even more precious. We restored and expanded the pastures in cooperation with the locals. Many of the locals have started kepping horses, which is slowly starting to become somewhat of a trend in the area. We are very glad about this positive trend, because horses need large pastures and fresh grass and thus there is a great will from the owners to establish pastures on their land. In addition to pastures, we also visited the newly resotred wetlands with young willows, which were planted with volunteers as part of the ongoing project.