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The Coordination Unit of the Wild Celery Network

The coordination unit of the Wild Celery Network links permanently involved institutions and persons to maintain and expand the "Network of Genetic Reserves for Wild Celery". In addition, it collects information on wild celery occurrences in Germany and advises on their conservation. The coordination unit is located at the Julius Kühn Institute.

The Coordination Unit of the Wild Celery Network

  • is the contact for land owners and managers as well as supporters/interested parties in the Wild Celery Network,
  • supports the monitoring of wild celery occurrences in genetic reserves and the preparation of management plans for designated occurrences,
  • is responsible for maintaining and expanding the network,
  • collects, secures and maintains data on genetic reserves and other wild celery occurrences,
  • integrates the Wild Celery Network into the superior "Network Genetic Reserves Germany" coordinated by the Information and Coordination Centre for Biological Diversity of the Federal Office for Agriculture and Food (BLE).

Contact Persons:

BernhardtN_FotoDr. Nadine Bernhardt
- Head of the coordination unit
- International cooperation

Phone.: +49 (0)3946/47-701
Email: nadine.bernhardt@julius-kuehn.de

MBoenisch3_Feldarbeit_Salgen2019_MBoenisch_JKI M. Sc. Maria Bönisch
- Coordination and support of local stakeholders
- Data management

Phone: +49 (0)3946/47-708
Email: maria.boenisch@julius-kuehn.de

 

Email: fachstelle.wildsellerie@julius-kuehn.de

 

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The coordination unit of the Wild Celery Network and its integration into the higher-level "Network of Genetic Reserves (GenRes) in Germany": The genetic reserves for wild celery species will become part of a nationwide "Network of Genetic Reserves in Germany". In future, this nationwide network will be coordinated by the Information and Coordination Centre for Biological Diversity and integrated into European activities.