Museum Wiesbaden extends its gratitude to our citizen volunteers for their engagement. Their assistance with the many tasks associated with the collections and in preparing exhibitions provides invaluable support to our staff.

Volunteers in the Natural History collection include:

Herbert Billensteiner
Botanical Collection

Dr. Jan Bohatý
Paleontology Collection 

Monika Burk
Documentation / Library

Gerhard Cammerer
Data Processing

Gesine Friedrich

Prof. Dr. Kirsten I. Grimm
Paleontology Collection  

Werner Hammer
Ethnology Collection

Dr. Ulrich Hecker
Botanical Collection

Dr. Doris Heidelberger
Devon Collection

Hella Hilbert-Frese
Mineralogical Collection

Dietrich Kadolsky
Paleontology Collection

Verena Lenhardt
Botanical Collection

Peter Mischler
Butterfly Collection

Karin Müller
Botanical Collection

Edith Rassinger

Klaus Rassinger
Photographic Documentation and Educational Programs

Dr. Andy Reymann
Ethnological and Archaeological Collections

Swane Rodewald
Entomological Collection

Gisela Schadewaldt
Leaf Miner Collection

Dr. Dieter Schemuth

Charles Schouwenburg
Pleistocene Collection

Marianne Sengebusch
Coordination, Schools and Educational Institutions

Christopher Thomas
Minerals and Rocks Collection

Brigitte Tietze
Editorial office

Sophie Vincent
Collection Mollusca

W.-Rüdiger Wandke
Minerals and Sand Collection

Alfred Westenberger
Collection Butterflies

Dr. Patrick Zell
Geological Collection

Are you interested in volunteer work at the Museum Wiesbaden?
Then you are welcome to contact us.
The head of the natural history department, Mr. Fritz Geller-Grimm, will be happy to talk to you.
0611/335 2178 or fritz.geller-grimm@museum-wiesbaden.de

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