On Friday March 23rd 2018 we visited Sandra Tuider in her family owned forest in Thernberg (NÖ) to “harvest” some branches for our first real data-set for our project “branch formations”. This time we took some hornbeam, one of the toughest growing hardwoods in Lower Austria, “only suitable for making wood chips and being burnt”….SO FAR.
As last time on our first forest trip in November 2017, Sandra also told us a lot about forestry….and life in general….Thanks for being on board with us and your support!
from left to right: Philipp, Lukas, Christoph (a.k.a. Kabru) and forest ranger Sandra (Daniela took the picture)
Philipp also brought his drone and took some awesome pictures from above!