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The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation recently acquired for protection a forest area by the side of a popular outdoor recreation route in the Liperi region of North Karelia, approximately 20 kilometres from Joensuu. The forest is almost entirely abundant with trees, being made up of an old pine stand growing on a heath of lingonberry and blueberry type.
Kaj Törngren, a man who loved nature, left the majority of his estate, a farm in Sipoo together with its forests and fields, to the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation. This valuable legacy enables us to protect three forests, which will be called Törngrens skog, Fågelskog, and Lillskogen.
The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation inherited a valuable testamentary donation from Vieremä, Northern Savonia.
The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation purchased a forest area of approximately eight hectares in the municipality of Taivassalo, which is located within a historical region in Southwest Finland, the site being named Järvenranta.
The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation recently purchased two forest areas, Takkula and Aittopää, located next to each other by Lake Aittojärvi in the Korttee village of Jämsä. The new conservation area of approximately twenty hectares will be called Rotkovuori.
The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation has for the purpose of establishing a conservation area acquired a forest of more than twenty hectares on the Niemenkangas area by Lake Vuokkijärvi in Suomussalmi. Niemenkangas is the foundation’s seventh conservation area in the Kainuu region.
The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation recently acquired a small estate on Kukkovaara and its slopes close to the eastern border in North Karelia, the site being the foundation’s easternmost conservation area so far.
During the course of the autumn, the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation has received two areas for a gift, one from the Gästans island of Snappertuna in the Uusimaa region, the other from the Sevettijärvi area of Inari.
The Environment Bonus donated by Partioaitta to the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation, a total of 55,313 euros, was allocated to the Keidas forest, which will be named after Partioaitta.
In honour of Kirsi Kunnas, an author, the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation and the publishing house WSOY have founded a conservation area called Tiitiäisen metsä in Ylöjärvi, and we raise funds for the area through donations and a poem collection also called Tiitiäisen metsä.