Mols Bjerge National Park was established in 2009 as one out of three national parks in Denmark, soo far. Most of the surface of the the park is landbased, and 80% of this is privately owned. The landscape of the park has been shaped by several glacial advances during the last ice‐age, and consists of coastal cliffs, flat plains and lateral moraine, among others. The areas have been cultivated since the middleage, but around the year 1700, intensive land use was abandoned on the most washed out and sandy soils. Some of these areas have been used for grazing, and today they harbour the naturetype grasslands. The town of Ebeltoft is situated within the limits of the park; and a cultural environment in the shape of an old maltfactory lies within the town. This report seeks to investigate the objectives concerning culture and nature listed in the basis for Mols Bjerge National Park, and try to uncover how differences in interests and views on nature affect the fulfillment of these objectives. We have chosen to take our starting point in two cultural environments, the maltfactory in Ebeltoft, and the grasslands in the core‐area of Mols Bjerge National Park. The investigation is based on theory of views on Side 2 af 81 nature, geografical observation in the two cultural environments as well as interviews with three key persons i relation to the maltfactory and the grasslands. The report discusses the weighting between use and conservation of nature and cultural management within the park.
|Uddannelser||Geografi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||21 jan. 2013|
- mols Bjerge