Location and history: The Greutterwald nature reserve is located in the Stuttgart area between the districts of Weilimdorf, Feuerbach, Zuffenhausen, Neuwirtshaus and the village of Korntal.
The Greutterwald lies for the most part in the Stuttgart municipality and was declared a nature reserve in 1984.
The Greutterwald nature reserve is one of seven nature reserves in Stuttgart. It was enacted in 1984 and covers an area of 151.3 hectares.
The NSG Greutterwald has an area of 151.3 hectares. The largest part, namely 149.4 hectares, is in the Stuttgart municipality, only 1.9 hectares are in the Korntal-Münchingen area in the Ludwigsburg district. The NSG is located in the Stuttgart districts of Weilimdorf, Zuffenhausen and Feuerbach.
The ordinance cites the protection and maintenance of an extensively used orchard with adjacent forest, smaller water areas and wetlands as an ecologically valuable compensation area in the urban area.
Unfortunately, nothing is known about the origin of the name Greutter.
Source: Wikipedia and ways in Stuttgart
October 10, 2020
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