Rare beauty – the grass orchid (2010)

Orchids are rare in local lands, but they exist. Small family farm cultivation does not exist anymore, so marsh areas become overgrown and Orchids are blocked by grass and other plants. To preserve the living environment of orchids, these areas have to be cultivated. These marsh areas are not suited for the use of machines because these areas are swampy and difficult to access. Hand work and small tools are in great demand – an exhausting undertaking, but the STEIN TASK-FORCE has taken on this challenge.

Our campaign was a big success. Motivated and vigorous STEIN employees cultivated the marsh areas fast and efficient and were able to look forward to a good year 2011 for the local meadow orchid.