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We love Mols Bjerge!

Vi elsker Mols Bjerge!

Danish nature is under pressure.

More than 2000 species are in danger of disappearing forever. We must secure their habitats now.

Together with the Danish Nature Foundation, we have secured 1,984 m2 of Danish wild nature for posterity. We have only been able to do this with your help. Thanks.

We continue to fight to secure square meter for square meter. We are excited to see how much we can secure this year in collaboration with you and the Danish Nature Foundation.

See more on the Danish Nature Foundation's website:

The Danish Nature Foundation wrote like this at the beginning of the year:

Dear Nature Footwear

In these slightly special times, we have been looking forward to being able to share with you that we have bought new land in the beautiful Mols Bjerge.

The iconic wild plant of the mountains, the erect cowbell, the rare bumble bee and many other rare plants and insects now have more areas to live on. And this is where Nature Footwear's 1,984 square meters are now allowed to be nature forever.

We have bought 47 hectares of the natural pearl and thus double the area of ​​the areas where the Nature Foundation protects wild nature forever.

It brings us closer to the goal of creating more nature that is connected, rather than lying as isolated islands between city, road and fields.

In the southern area, you will find, among other things, a previously undiscovered population of the rare plant, the cowbell and lots of other wild plants.

There are also sandy fields here that have great potential to become wild nature when converted to grazing nature.

Here are also two of Mols Bjerge's highest hilltops at 129 meters and 131 meters with fantastic views over Mols Bjerge, Ebeltoft Vig and all the way to Aarhus. The northern area is located by Agri By and is cultivated today as an ordinary field.


  • Mols Bjerge is a nationally and internationally valuable nature area with one of Denmark's most hilly and varied landscapes.
  • Around 600 different flowering plants and 60 percent of Denmark's insect species are seen here.
  • The area is among the areas in Denmark that house the most rare and endangered species.
  • This is due, among other things, to the hilly landscape with bright open meadows and nutrient-poor soil and a particularly dry and sunny climate.
  • The natural areas in Mols Bjerge are fragmented in several places and separated by fences, fields and plantations.
  • One of the biggest challenges for the endangered and rare species is precisely too small and too scattered habitats.

Many greetings

The Danish Nature Foundation