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Anneli Jussila Luonnonperintösäätiö
27.1.2021 |

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.

Luonnonperintösäätiö Gästans Luonnonsuojelualue
8.12.2020 |

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.

Partioaitan metsä Keidas Luonnonperintösäätiö
6.11.2020 |

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.

Luonnonperintösäätiö Tiitiäisen metsä suojelualue
3.11.2020 |

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.

Luonnonperintösäätiö Kruunuvuori Luonnonsuojelualue
20.10.2020 |

The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation recently bought in the southeastern part of Salo an interesting area consisting of a forested hill with green slopes.

Huhmarneva Luonnonperintösäätiö
29.9.2020 | Metsäkaupat

The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation purchased in September an approximately seventy-hectare area called Huhmarneva in Kauhava. It was the Vapo company that sold the area, and the financing for the purchase came from Ostrobothnia's swamp campaign.

27.8.2020 | Metsäkaupat

Pelimetsä (‘The Game Forest’), a project established in the Finnish game sector, made a significant donation for the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation, which used the money to purchase and protect 134 hectares of diverse forest.

30.6.2020 | Mediatiedotteet

The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation acquired in June a forest area of many faces in the Pirkanmaa region. The name of the forest, Suden metsä, means A Wolf’s Forest, and it is located by the Korkeusvuori area in Pälkäne.

Matti Aalto Luonnonperintösäätiö
23.6.2020 | Mediatiedotteet

Matti Aalto has been elected chairman of the Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation. Mr Aalto has a long experience of nature and environmental issues through his work in the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation and BirdLife Finland.

11.6.2020 | Metsäkaupat

The Finnish Natural Heritage Foundation purchased a versatile forest estate in the Onkamaa village of Hamina in the spring, the site being named Lehtoranta according to the wish of the person representing the heirs, the one who also sold the area.

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