What does Hauberg mean?

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The Hauberg (also Hackenberg) is a typical for the Siegerland and adjacent parts of the Lahn-Dill mountain country and the Westerwald form of cooperative forest management. She served the extraction of Gerblohe and charcoal for the regionally significant iron ore processing and for the procurement of firewood. In addition to forestry operations but also an agricultural use took place, like the typical in Schwendbau growing rye and buckwheat in the year after harvesting, and the subsequent Community grazing (commons).