Geisenfeld Forestry Office

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The Geisenfeld Forestry Office was responsible for the forest areas of the Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm district , the independent city of Ingolstadt and the south-eastern part of the Eichstätt district.

The Geisenfeld Forestry Office was an authority of the Bavarian State Forest Administration until the end of 2005. It covered an area of ​​129,110 ha, of which 26.66% was forest (34,435 ha). The north-south extension was 60 km, the east-west extension 25 km. The highest point was about 550 m above sea level. NN. The deepest in the Danube valley at about 350 m above sea level. NN.

In the course of the forest reform in Bavaria , the Geisenfeld Forestry Office was merged with the Pfaffenhofen Agricultural Office. The new name for both offices is Office for Agriculture and Forests Pfaffenhofen . The new office is responsible for the districts of Pfaffenhofen and Neuburg-Schrobenhausen. The offices are in Pfaffenhofen and Schrobenhausen.


  • 1030 First forest management in the Geisenfeld area by the Geisenfeld monastery
  • 1177 Foundation of a monastery forest office
  • 1789 Foundation of the Geisenfeld Forestry Office as a game and forester's office
  • 1803 In the course of secularization , the monastery forest was incorporated into the state forest office
  • 1864 Construction of today's forestry office building on Forstamtstrasse
  • 2000 After the Beilngries Forestry Office was dissolved , parts of it were incorporated into Geisenfeld
  • 2006 Forest reform in Bavaria - dissolution of the forest offices or renaming to 'Office for Agriculture and Forests'
  • 2007 Relocation of the forestry department from Geisenfeld to Pfaffenhofen and thus the last step in the dissolution of the former Geisenfeld forestry office

Departments until the end of 2005

  • Geisenfeld Forestry Office
  • Forestry Service Ernsgaden
  • Forest Service Ronnweg
  • Forest Service Ainau
  • Klosterberg Forest Service
  • Reichertshausen forestry department
  • Forestry department Hög
  • Forest Service Office Kösching I
  • Forest Service Office Kösching II
  • Altmannstein Forest Service
  • Forestry Service Stammham

Forest owner until the end of 2005

  • State forest 4536 ha
  • Pfaffenhofen Foundation Foundation 139 ha
  • Municipal forest administration Ingolstadt 1661 ha
  • Wittelsbach Compensation Fund 5,102 ha
  • Other corporate forest 2210 ha
  • Small private forest 18092 ha
  • Baron de Bassus 623 ha
  • Toerring Forest Management 794 ha
  • Freiherr von Freyberg 313 ha
  • Archdiocese of Munich - Freising 78 ha
  • Leinfelder'sche forest administration 40 ha
  • Other private forest 28 ha
  • Federal forest 374 ha


  • Mitterbachel Weiher - collection of various tree species, including giant exotic trees
  • Nöttinger Viehweide nature reserve and Badertaferl
  • Schiederholz natural forest reserve
  • Haarbruck natural forest reserve

Forest services

  • Office for Agriculture and Forests Pfaffenhofen
  • Klosterberg Forest Service
Responsible for the communities Hohenwart , Pfaffenhofen , Pörnbach , Rohrbach
Representation for the FoDst Aresing and Neuburg: Bergheim , Brunnen (Bavaria) , Ehekirchen , Karlshuld , Karlskron , Königsmoos , Neuburg an der Donau , Oberhausen (near Neuburg / Donau) , Rohrenfels , Waidhofen , Weichering
Responsible for the communities of Gerolsbach , Hettenshausen , Ilmmünster , Jetzendorf , Reichertshausen , Scheyern , Schweitenkirchen
Representation for FoDst Aresing : Aresing, Berg im Gau , Gachenbach , Langenmosen , Schrobenhausen
  • Forestry department Hög
Responsible for the communities of Baar-Ebenhausen , Ernsgaden , Geisenfeld , Manching , Münchsmünster , Reichertshofen , Vohburg , Wolnzach
Responsible for the communities of Burgheim , Rennertshofen
Representation for FoDSt Neuburg: Spitalwald Neuburg, Unterhausen
Not occupied at the moment
Not occupied at the moment

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