The Nieuw Land National Park is an initiative by the Province of Flevoland, together with Staatsbosbeheer, Natuurmonumenten, Het Flevo-Landschap, Almere local council, Lelystad local council, Rijkswaterstaat and Waterschap Zuiderzeeland.
Area management organisations
The Het Flevo-landschap organisation aims to maintain, protect and develop Flevoland’s nature, at the same time ensuring that visitors to and inhabitants of this province can enjoy the environment fully. More information
Nature you feel connected to. That’s what Staatsbosbeheer, the Dutch government organisation for forestry and the management of nature reserves, stands for. More information
Natuurmonumenten, the Dutch organisation that purchases, protects and manages nature reserves in the Netherlands, is an association with over 730,000 members, with a single common objective: caring for nature in the Netherlands. More information
Province of Flevoland
On what once was seabed there is now an attractive living, working and recreation area. Flevoland has 401,200 inhabitants in an area of 2,412 km2 of land and water. Flevoland, which has six local councils, is clearly laid out open country.
Lelystad local council
Lelystad is the Province of Flevoland’s capital
Almere local council
In little over 40 years, Almere has grown to become the 8th largest city in the Netherlands, with over 200,000 inhabitants.