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Duinbehoud (1991)

28 minuten, Nederlands en Engels, in opdracht van het Ministerie van LNV, het Ministerie van VROM mmv het Prins Bernhard Fonds en de Stichting Duinbehoud.

De opnamen van vele soorten duinlandschappen en hun bewoners: planten, zoogdieren, vogels en insecten, laten zien hoe waardevol de duinen als natuurgebied zijn. Van oudsher heeft de mens echter ook hier z'n invloed gehad. Van schiere monniken via aardappeltelers neemt de film u mee naar het duingebruik van tegenwoordig. Massa-recreatie, industrie en waterwinning: hoe gaan we er vandaag de dag en in de toekomst mee om?  

Te koop: deze film is, samen met zeven andere documentaires over de duinen, uitgebracht op de DVD Drie Decennia Duinen.  
 
  

Dune Conservation (1991)

28 minutes, sponsored by the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature Management and Fisheries; the Ministry of Environment; Prince Bernhard Foundation; The Society for Dune conservation. On 16 mm and VHS, 28 minutes. Language: Dutch, English or German.

Humans first set foot on the unspoiled dunes along the Dutch coast four thousand years ago. Since then a great deal has changed. Nevertheless, the Dutch dunes are still a unique natural landscape of sand and water, and provide

a habitat for a colorful array of flowers, including rare orchids. Birds from both the subtropics and polar regions go there to breed, and mammals such as deer, foxes and rabbits rear their young there.

The government and nature conservation organizations are trying to preserve this unique landscape, as an area of unspoiled nature in one of the most densely populated regions in the world.

A special 15 minutes version was made for the Ministry of Education to be used for children aged 12/15.

Binnenhof, 22 March 1991
‘Powerful message … ‘protect what is left’ 

De Telegraaf, 23 March 1991
‘Surprising film about our Dutch dunes ….’ 

Haagsche Courant, 23 March 1991
‘Unique images of the Dutch dune areas ….’ 



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