All beings we know today are the result of the joined process of co-evolution. A large network evolved of thousands of species and their mutual relations. These species and relations are much older than the influence of us, humans. New ecosystems and landscapes, less depended on management, can evolve by giving nature the opportunity to form itself. Where possible we restore natural processes of reintroduce lost species. We always keep focus on how and under which circumstances species and landscapes have evolved. The result is surprisingly rich landscapes to be enjoyed by all of us.