Forest workers want more wild city in nature

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“You just have to let the city grow. Then it is the most beautiful, “says Jakob Eiby and looks at a large parking lot set in a central Jutland forest area. On a daily basis, he is a forest worker in the state forestry and can mostly spend his lunch breaks in the small gray oasis.

But Jakob Eiby also has a vision: more wild city in the country’s green areas. “I get so tired of all the green day in and day out. Give me a parking space, an access road, a proper high-rise, thank you. Just a small spot where I can find some peace and just gather my thoughts, “he says, who imagines that you could, for example, create small areas with wild city in all the state forests.

Plate hash and uropatrulje

»The start is of course man-made, but then you just leave the place and watch the urban biotope develop. What happens, for example, if you put 40-50 spoiled Copenhagen teenagers together in a youth center with a plate of hash and a riot patrol outside? Or if you just throw a fixer room next to a stream? Then people can get their shot at city life when they still have to go down to the river to have fun with the kids. “

Over time, the gray oases will develop into natural habitats for many creatures other than those originally intended, Jakob Eiby imagines.

Beware of invasive species

»One could build a yoga studio and introduce one species, namely the young, slender, blonde, female student and / or communication worker, and then other city-dwelling species would quickly emerge: the petty perverted male lure, the lazy little fat girl from Vestegnen, the overly agile, old and disillusioned hippie. People who do not normally come to the city could get a little breath of the smells, tastes and crime types of urban life, «he says, but warns against transmitting invasive species to the Danish forest areas.

»In Outlying Denmark, especially on the coasts, we see tremendous growth in a species that has long since reached its natural habitat in the cities, namely the barista, which is a kind of urban top predator. Before it falls, it can wipe out many natural agricultural species such as the old grocer, the male chauvinist baker and watercolor-painting women named Marianne. “


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