The pupils of classes 5a and 5b of the gymnasium steigerwald-landschulheim wiesentheid sowed acorns in the wiesentheid community forest under the guidance of forester stefan kraus. They were accompanied by the teachers jutta kohler and dietmar katzenberger. The aim of this project is to find out which seeding methods are labor-saving and yet promising. Climate change makes it increasingly important to plant trees that can withstand extreme heat. Oak trees can tolerate drought and hot summers better than some other tree species because of their deep roots. For this reason, several oak seedbeds of 25 square meters have now been created. On one of these beds, needle litter and raw humus were completely removed by the schoolchildren and the acorns were sown into the sandy soil. On another flat only furrows were drawn, to receive the seeds. The sowing was particularly efficient by means of a planting device, through the hollow stem of which the acorns fell directly into the pre-punched planting hole. According to the press release, the schoolchildren had a lot of fun at work and used the material they had removed from the ground to build three tipis, which, for example, can also provide shelter for animals.